With only seven horses in the field, we’ll take a look at all of them individually. We’ve got a solid field of jockeys, but the list of trainers definitely lacks star power for the Acorn Stakes.
The oddsmakers are in total agreement that we are very likely to see just the second horse in the last 40 years, win the Triple Crown in 2018.
Twenty-three horses have won the first two legs of the Triple Crown. Will Justify become the 24th? The three-year-old colt is the favorite to take down the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday.
The Black-Eyed Susan Stakes, the de facto second leg of the Filly Triple Crown, is Friday’s highlight race and the field is set. Rain will be in the forecast and the track is expected to be a bit of a mess, so it could be a very challenging day of handicapping.
If you're like me, you love to go to the racetrack. And it's an especially great atmosphere on the day of a big race, even if you're just watching it through a simulcast.
Everybody gets excited and dressed up for the Kentucky Derby, but don’t let this great weekend of horse racing go by without checking out the 2018 Kentucky Oaks.
Now that we know what the starting gate looks like, we can take a deeper look at the odds and see if we can find some good betting opportunities.
This is the 144th Run for the Roses and we’ve got arguably the deepest field we’ve seen in quite some time.
All the prep races are finished and we have a good idea of who this year’s top Derby contenders are.