July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
John Sadler trains Sidney's Candy, owned by Sid and Jenny Craig (yes, that Jenny Craig).  The question is, "Will they taste victory?"
Sidney's Candy enters Derby Week with $630,000 in graded earnings, which places him third on the list. He is owned by diet magnate Jenny Craig and her husband Sid and is one of two entries trained by John Sadler. Joe Talamo has been aboard the chestnut colt in each of his six starts, including...
July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
With the exception of a fifth-place finish in the Arkansas Derby on April 10th, Noble's Promise (trained by Kenneth McPeek) has placed in the money in all of his eight starts, including three wins last year.
With the exception of a fifth-place finish in the Arkansas Derby on April 10th, Noble's Promise (trained by Kenneth McPeek) has placed in the money in all of his eight starts, including three wins last year. Willie Martinez, who was aboard for two of those victories, is scheduled for the mount...
July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
With the departure of Eskendereya from the field, Lookin At Lucky, with Garret Gomez aboard, is likely to be the favorite for Saturday's 136th Kentucky Derby.
With the departure of Eskendereya from the field, Lookin At Lucky, with Garret Gomez aboard, is likely to be the favorite for Saturday's 136th Kentucky Derby. Trained by Bob Baffert (who has three Derby victories among his eight Triple Crown wins) and owned by a group led by Mike Pegram, the...
July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
Pletcher has another defection from cavalry, and brings in the filly.
Eclipse-awarding winning trainer Todd Pletcher announced this morning WinStar Farm's Rule was not going to run in Saturday's Kentucky Derby, and filly Devil May Care would enter the 136th Run for the Roses and not Friday's Kentucky Oaks. Today's announcement from Pletcher come on the heels of...
July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
Todd Pletcher-trained Eskendereya, early favorite, is out of the Derby.
Eskendereya, the likely favorite for the 136th running of the Kentucky Derby, will not run in the "greatest two minutes in sports" next Saturday after all.At a press conference on Sunday morning, trainer Todd Pletcher said he's pulling Eskendereya out of the Derby because of an "...