John Scheinman and “Action” Andy Andrews go head-to-head in handicapping the 2012 Kentucky Derby day stakes.
As fine a product as the online DRF is, Eric Banks misses what you can’t get in the virtual product, all the little items shoehorned in at the very beginning and very end of the paper.
A sudden storm drove Kentucky Oaks revelers from the infield, but couldn’t keep Believe You Can from the winner’s circle, making rider Rosie Napravnik the first female jockey to win the $1 million Grade 1 Oaks.
Everyone’s trying to figure who will wear that blanket of roses, even folks who absolutely have no clue. Curious minds dream big at Kentucky Derby time.
He is the last person anyone wants to see on TV in the moments after the Kentucky Derby, but any other time the presence of Dr. Larry Bramlage is a welcome event.
John Scheinman sits down for coffee with Kerry Thomas, who describes how he assesses horse behavior and who he likes in this year’s Kentucky Derby.
Derby Week along the backstretch rail is an anthropological study waiting to happen.