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Jockey Victor Espinoza rode California Chrome to win the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby
There are 160,000 people pouring into Churchill Downs on Saturday, and they all think they have some idea what’s going to happen. They don’t. Nobody knows.
Race fans don their finest headwear.
Tom Brady, Miranda Lambert, Boy George more more join the race festivities.
In a way, the crazy story of California Chrome, the early favorite of this year’s Kentucky Derby, is also the crazy story of the Kentucky Derby itself.
The Kentucky Derby thoroughbred horse race is known as the “Greatest Two Minutes in Sports.” Here’s a look back at the event through the years.
Join us for the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby.
Saturday's race will be the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby.
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In an exclusive interview, controversial trainer Rick Dutrow, banned from horse racing for 10 years, says, 'I've never cheated to win in my life.'
Since 1919, only 11 horses have won the Triple Crown, considered the greatest accomplishment a Thoroughbred racehorse can achieve.
The most popular question after the Kentucky Derby is, “Can [Kentucky Derby winner] win the Triple Crown?”
The contenders in the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby aren't just names on a page — these beautiful Thoroughbreds are fascinating individuals.
Sam Simon, who is giving away his millions before he dies of cancer, bought a horse at PETA's request so it wouldn't have to race again.
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More than half of the jockeys in Saturday's Kentucky Derby are Latino.
California Chrome comes into the Derby having won his last four starts by a combined 24 1/4 lengths.
Churchill Downs, owner of the track that will host the 140th Kentucky Derby this weekend, has been an unlikely winner in recent years.
For some milliners, the annual Run for the Roses is the backbone of their business.
Louisville: where there’s a lot more going on than the Kentucky Derby.
Wondering what there is to do in Louisville, Ky., besides sip a mint julep, cheer on your favorite horse, and take in all those hats? Plenty.
Exercise rider Abel Flores takes Kentucky Derby hopeful Tapiture for a morning workout in the rain.