Horse Racing's 143rd Running of the Kentucky Derby (Grade I) future odds for betting and wagering are provided by Wynn Sports Book. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. Kentucky Derby (Grade I) future odds are updated weekly.view
Across the Board | Although 2016 Juvenile Champion Classic Empire came through with a badly needed victory in the Arkansas Derby on Saturday, he will have to make a stronger forward move to win the 2017 Kentucky Derby.view
Lindo Report | Now that the Kentucky Derby prep races have been completed, it is a good time to take a look at the 3-year-old division from California and analyze what if any impact they may have on the 2017 Triple Crown races.view
Track Phantom | Classic Empire catapulted to the top of the Kentucky Derby polls with an impressive win in the Grade-1 Arkansas Derby at Oaklawn Park on Saturday. It was his first win since he took the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile back in November.view
Kentucky Downs and EquiLottery have entered into an agreement that will allow the use of races from the Franklin, Kentucky racetrack as the basis for EquiLottery. The company is marketing a new lottery game based on the results of live horse racing.view
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