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May 01, 2017
Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas announced Sunday that he is donating his vast collection of racing memorabilia to the Kentucky Derby Museum.
Whitmore would have seemed a prime candidate for the Grade 2 Churchill Downs on the Derby undercard after emerging as one of the top sprinters in North America over the winter at Oaklawn Park. But trainer Ron Moquett said Monday he was very unlikely to ...
Salomon Del Valle is smack in the middle of the first leg of the 2017 Triple Crown as a principal in Peacock Stable, owner of Gunnevera, one of the top contenders in the 143rd Kentucky Derby.
With two defections one week before the Kentucky Derby changing the makeup of the field, Sonneteer will seek to become the first maiden to win the Run for the Roses since Brokers Tip in 1933.
In the land of the Derby, might the one-eyed horse be King on Saturday? That is what those associated with Patch are hoping, as Patch, who had his left eye removed before he ever raced, attempts to become the first horse with just one eye to win the ...
Horse or human, it was not a good weekend if your name was Syndergaard. Noah Syndergaard of the New York Mets left a game on Sunday with an injury, and Syndergaard the horse finished off the board as the 1-5 favorite in the William Walker Stakes at ...
Always Dreaming, the Florida Derby winner and a leading contender for Saturday's Kentucky Derby, has been too aggressive in his morning gallops for Todd Pletcher's liking. On Monday, Pletcher made a change of equipment and a change of rider with mixed ...
There are clear differences between Nyquist, who came into his Kentucky Derby win as an unbeaten juvenile champion, and Irap, who broke his maiden winning the Blue Grass Stakes for the same connections.
April 30, 2017
Masochistic, the brilliant sprinter who has gained no small amount of notoriety, is returning to where he first became infamous.
Unseasonably warm weather greeted horsemen when training began at 5:45 Sunday morning, but things were really heating up about three hours later when McCraken put in his final major work for the 2017 Kentucky Derby.