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Favored Mr. Money Has To Overcome Outside Post In Indiana Derby

The field is set for the 25th running of the Grade 3 $500,000-guaranteed Indiana Derby at Indiana Grand in Shelbyville, Ind., Saturday, July 13. Mr. Money, the talented 3-year-old son of Goldencents, has been tagged as the morning line favorite at odds of 6-5 despite the outside post 11 in the race. Mr. Money, owned […]

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Equibase Analysis: Which Sophomore Takes The Next Step In Ohio Derby?

The Grade 3, $500,000 Ohio Derby consists of a field of seven, three of which appear bent on getting the lead at any cost and another who appears in over his head. The first group starts with of Parx Spring Derby winner Bethlehem Road, who is undefeated in three races to date and who has […]

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‘Willing To Put My Money Where My Mouth Is’: West Issues $20 Million Challenge To Four Derby Runners

In an unprecedented move in thoroughbred racing, Gary West is offering up $20 million of his own money to the owners of Country House, War of Will, Long Range Toddy and Bodexpress if any of those horses finish ahead of Maximum Security the next time any of them race against him through Dec, 31, 2019. […]

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Derby Day, Springboard Mile Highlight Remington Park’s $3.7-Million Stakes Schedule

The 2019 Remington Park Thoroughbred Season will begin Aug. 23 and continue through Dec. 15. The 67-date meeting includes a stakes schedule of 32 races, boasting purses of more than $3.7 million at the Oklahoma City, Okla., racetrack and casino. The marquee races for the 2019 season include the Grade 3, $400,000 Oklahoma Derby and […]

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Jon Court: Jockeys ‘Need To Have A Little More Integrity About The Equine Value We Ride’

At 58 years old, Jon Court became the oldest jockey to ride in the Kentucky Derby last Saturday. Aboard Long Range Toddy for trainer Steve Asmussen, Court’s trip was compromised when Maximum Security bore out in the far turn, bumping with War of Will and, in turn, Long Range Toddy. Maximum Security was disqualified and […]

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Right Or Wrong? Derby DQ Leaves Unanswered Questions

Kentucky stewards made a controversial decision after the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby‚Ķ Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. In context of how the rules of racing are written in Kentucky, the stewards made the only possible call in their disqualification of Maximum Security from first to 17th. But was it the […]

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The Haiku Handicapper Presented By Brisnet: 2019 Kentucky Derby

Time to analyze the 2019 Kentucky Derby field, in post position order, in the form of Haiku; a Japanese poem of 17 syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five. #1 – War of Will Honest horse undone By a wonky Fair Grounds trip And a lousy draw #2 – Tax Ex-claimer makes good […]

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Kentucky Derby Pedigree Corner: Win Win Win, Cutting Humor, Tax, and Long Range Toddy

Each day of Kentucky Derby week, I’ll take a look at the pedigrees of four Kentucky Derby contenders and how those pedigrees might factor into their ability to succeed at a mile and a quarter. We’ll work our way up the leaderboard, with any late additions being added as they’re announced. Win Win Win Hat […]

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Triple Crown News Minute Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Longshots Yea Or Nay?

Kentucky Derby week has finally arrived. We know the field of 20 but according to most observers, this year’s race is wide open. In today’s edition of the Triple Crown News Minute, Scott Jagow and Chelsea Hackbarth discuss Chelsea’s upcoming final Derby 20, zeroing in on longshots to watch and others to perhaps stay away […]

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Derby Notes: Long Range Toddy, Maximum Security Breeze Monday

Willis Horton Racing’s Long Range Toddy worked a half-mile in :47.80 over a fast track at Churchill Downs in preparation for Saturday’s Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (GI). The work was the fifth fastest of 40 at the distance. Also working Monday morning at Churchill Downs was Fern Circle Stables and Three Chimneys Farm’s […]

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