Churchill Downs - Coady Photography The first phase of the 2019-2020 Road to the Kentucky Derby—running through the championship-defining Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1)—is complete. Now we can turn our attention to the second phase, in which late-maturing juveniles will seek to steal the spotlight in races like the November 30 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (G2) at Churchill Downs, the December 7 Remsen Stakes (G2) at Aqueduct and the December 7 Los Alamitos Futurity (G2) at Los Alamitos. It’s [...]
Capitalizing on a fast pace, Enforceable delivered a career-best performance in the $200,000 Lecomte (G3) on Jan. 18 at Fair Grounds, where he closed impressively from the back of the pack to score a comfortable victory.
Six stakes races are on the agenda for Jan. 18 at Fair Grounds, including the $200,000 Lecomte (G3), a Road to the Kentucky Derby prep race with 14 entries.
Looking forward to watching and wagering on the competitive stakes races at Fair Grounds this Saturday? We are too!
Where should we begin to narrow down the contenders for Saturday’s $200,000 Lecomte (G3) at Fair Grounds? History can point us in the right direction.
Even without any stakes races on the agenda, the upcoming Saturday card at Fair Grounds is enticing, with 11 competitive races on the agenda.
The Road to the Kentucky Derby will look a little different this time around. Need to get up to speed? Here are three changes to keep an eye on.
Will a 3-year-old filly defeat her elders in Saturday’s $75,000 Pan Zareta Stakes at Fair Grounds? It’s certainly within the realm of possibility.
An American classic winner will contest the $75,000 Woodchopper Stakes on Saturday at Fair Grounds, but there’s no guarantee he’ll reach the winner’s circle.
If you examine the past performances for Saturday’s $75,000 Sugar Bowl Stakes at Fair Grounds, it’s easy to land on #2 Gold Street as the horse to beat.