With 3 horses in the 2015 Kentucky Derby field, trainer Todd Pletcher is looking for his first win at Churchill Downs since 2010. Learn more about Pletcher here.
Bob Baffert is a Hall of Fame trainer with 2 of the favored horses in the 2015 Kentucky Derby, a race he hasn’t won since 2002. Get to know Baffert better here.
The 141st Kentucky Derby figures to have one of the greatest fields in the history of the race. Here’s how to watch online and on your mobile device.
The 141st running of the Kentucky Derby has one of the strongest fields in recent memory, and here are some dark horses and long shots you should consider.
With 140 years of Kentucky Derby races comes a lot of history. Here are some of the records, facts and figures from past Kentucky Derby races.
The 141st Kentucky Derby is Saturday, May 2nd. Click here for information regarding the race as well as Heavy’s continued coverage.
On Thursday, Todd Pletcher’s Stanford was scratched, find out which horse replaced him in the 2015 Kentucky Derby field.
No horse has ever won the Kentucky Derby from the No. 17 post position. But that hasn’t stopped oddsmakers from listing American Pharoah as the favorite.
Saturday is a bettors’ paradise with the Kentucky Derby and Mayweather-Pacquiao megafight on the same day. And bettors have plenty of parlays to choose from.
Now that the 20 Kentucky Derby post-positions have been revealed, find out how the draw affects each horse’s odds heading into the race on Saturday.
The 2015 Kentucky Derby Draw will air at 5:30 p.m. Eastern on the NBC Sports Network. Here is how to watch it online and on your mobile device.
Churchill Downs’ starting gate has been utilized for the Kentucky Derby since 1930 and the post-position draw has become an annual pre-race tradition.
Here are the latest betting odds, trends and other figures before Saturday’s 141st running of the Kentucky Derby.
The 141st Kentucky Derby is this Saturday. Find out which horses are running in the race as well as their jockeys, trainers and owners here.
Horses that dominated Kentucky Derby headlines were American Pharoah, undefeated Dortmund and Carpe Diem. Here is the projected field for Saturday’s race.