I liked Always Dreaming to win this one over Classic Empire down the stretch. I definitely didn't see Cloud Computing snatch away the win at the wire. | May 18, 2017, 1:41pm ET
I couldn't commit to picking Always Dreaming to win the 143rd version of the Run for the Roses. But, my gut told me he would succeed, especially with the pace setter (State of Honor) right next to him out of the gate. | May 6, 2017, 12:06pm ET
The Kentucky Derby prep season is winding down and 3 of the biggest races of the year are slated to run April 8. I'll break down each race and handicap the favorites as well as my picks. | April 7, 2017, 1:41pm ET
Arrogate has the chance to win the international Triple Crown of the world's richest races at the Dubai World Cup and surpass Cali Chrome in earnings. Will anyone stop him? | March 24, 2017, 12:11pm ET
There's been a black cloud of injuries following the best candidates on the road to the 2017 Kentucky Derby. I review which horses are left at the top and have a chance to win the first leg of the Triple Crown. | March 14, 2017, 8:50pm ET
A brand new blockbuster race starts its inaugural run on Saturday which has helped to set up a showdown between rivals Arrogate and California Chrome. I've included a quick handicapping guide for the race and my picks. | Jan 26, 2017, 8:00pm ET
The Kentucky Derby may be months away, but the contenders are starting to shape up on the Road to the Kentucky Derby. I take a closer look at the top 10 contenders on the list. | Jan 2, 2017, 6:02pm ET
One of the biggest events of the year for the horse racing industry is the Breeder’s Cup Classic. Will California Chrome win it? | Oct 31, 4:37pm ET
There may be no Triple Crown on the line for this year’s 148th running of the Belmont Stakes, but it should be an exciting race. | Jun 11, 2:35pm ET
The overwhelming consensus around the sport is that Nyquist will continue his winning ways on Saturday. But, I like Exaggerator to win on a sloppy track. | May 20, 3:58pm ET
When I handicapped this year’s Derby, I came close to nailing my Superfecta. But, Mor Spirit disappointed. | May 13, 4:39pm ET
They don’t call the Kentucky Derby the "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports" for no reason.
A field of the best 20 three-year old thoroughbreds in the world run a fast mile and a quarter on dirt in the American heartland every first Saturday in May since 1875.
It is also the first leg of the legendary Triple ...
There doesn’t appear to be a real triple-crown contender this year, i.e: no real dominant horse. So, the field appears to be wide open. Also, with a 90% chance of rain at start time and continuous rain during the day, the muddy track should keep the race even more wide open.