One horseplayer’s rallying cry to his hometown heroes and friends, Kathy and Timmy Ritvo.
The passionate conversation on how to drink it showed Kentucky bourbon culture is not a myth. It’s real.
The most accomplished, fastest colt in the Derby field, Uncle Mo now is widely considered a ruin and likely to scratch.
Photographer Scott Serio outfits trainer Karyn Wittek with a helmet camera to capture the thrill of riding a thoroughbred under the famed twin spires of Churchill Downs.
Twinspired will need to reverse his dirt form to have any impact on the Kentucky Derby.
For many at Churchill Downs during Derby Week, it’s business as usual.
The traditional “road to the Derby” is now somewhat of an anomaly, as more and more trainers throw out the orthodoxy and make it up as they go.
If Pants On Fire can repeat or build on his Louisiana Derby effort, then he is going to outrun his odds in the Derby.
It requires a leap of faith to expect Derby Kitten to transfer his improving form to dirt.