February 14, 2011 - 10:00am
A new horse emerges on the Derby Trail as Anthony’s Cross blows past the favorite in Santa Anita's Robert B. Lewis Stakes.
  Trained by Eoin Harty, Anthony’s Cross, an Indian Charlie colt out of an Unbridled mare, turned the tables on Tapizar who  previously beat him by 9 ¼ lengths in last month’s Sham Stakes, when Anthony’s Cross won the $250,000 Grade II Robert B.
February 11, 2011 - 11:09am
I've got Derby fever! Derby prep races introduce fans to the Kentucky Derby contenders long before Churchill's Spring Meet opens.
One of three Derby prep races scheduled for Saturday is Santa Anita’s $250,000, Grade 2, Robert B. Lewis Stakes with the most notable entries being Comma to the Top, who’s won his last five races; Steve Asmussen-trained Tapizar, already the winner of one Derby prep; and trainer Doug O’Neill’s...
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
by Eve Lee
Black-tie gala to benefit Kentucky Derby Festival
According to my Derby glass, the winner of the 1921 Kentucky Derby was a horse named Behave Yourself. Perhaps even back in the early days of the Harding Administration, Derby revelers were being cautioned to keep the hijinks to a minimum. Relive those thrilling days of yesteryear (sorry, wrong...
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
by Eve Lee
We've just finished the first weekend in January, and it’s time to think about training for Derby. No, not the horses—you.
We've just finished the first weekend in January, and it’s time to think about training for Derby. No, not the horses—you. If you’ve thought of running in the 26.2-mile Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon or 13.1-mile miniMarthon in April, there’s a free program designed to get you back on your feet...
November 4, 2010 - 9:44pm
Breeders’ Cup planners suffered Kentucky Derby envy. Or perhaps Kentucky Derby intimidation is a better diagnosis. That’s why it took five years to bring the Cup to Churchill Downs.
This article appeared in the November 2010 issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com. Breeders’ Cup planners suffered Kentucky Derby envy. Or perhaps Kentucky Derby intimidation is a better diagnosis. That’s why it took five years to bring the Cup to Churchill Downs.