July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Only 6 days to the Kentucky Derby. Count down the days to the big day with us and learn a new fact about the Kentucky Derby each day.
The largest win payoff did not come when Mine That Bird won the Kentucky Derby in 2009. It came in 1913 when Donerail won the Kentucky Derby and paid $184.90 for a $2 win wager.  The lowest payoff for a $2 win wager has happened twice. It first occurred in 1943 when Count Fleet won the Derby...
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Brisnet.com Ultimate Oaks-Derby Handicapping Package
Some say, "The Kentucky Derby is just another race," but that couldn’t be further from the truth. With big money on the line, how can you best be prepared?
Some say, “The Kentucky Derby is just another race,” but that couldn’t be further from the truth.The combination of 20 horses and at least $110-million in handle makes the Kentucky Derby a unique wagering opportunity not only for horseplayers but also casual gamblers who enjoy the...
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Only 8 days to the Kentucky Derby. Count down the days to the big day with us and learn a new fact about the Kentucky Derby each day.
Just as the Mint Julep is the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby, the Derby Pie® is the signature food. Although many area stores and restaurants sell some version of the sugary sweet chocolate nut dessert, only one bears the official name of Derby Pie®. Kern’s Kitchen, 408...
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Only 9 days to the Kentucky Derby. Count down the days to the big day with us and learn a new fact about the Kentucky Derby each day.
By the time the Kentucky Derby trophy is presented to the winning owner, trainer and jockey, most people have moved to the betting windows to cash their tickets, begun their trec out of Churchill Downs, or returned to the backyard Derby party. However, the trophy presentation is just as impressive...
July 29, 2012 - 7:51pm
Only 10 days to the Kentucky Derby. Count down the days to the big day with us and learn a new fact about the Kentucky Derby each day.
The trademark garland of roses that are presented to the Kentucky Derby winning jockey as he or she returns to the winner’s circle have been a tradition since 1932 when the first garland was presented after the 58th running of the Kentucky Derby which was won by Burgoo King....