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Uncle Chuck Romps In Los Alamitos Derby
Saturday: We wish you all the best on Independence Day.
Saturday: Miguel Mena, who emigrated to the U.S. from Peru and started riding here when he was 17, won his 2,000th race in this country yesterday at Ellis Park. He said, “We all grow up different. I appreciate the ups and downs that I’ve been through. It has taught me a lot; it has made me mature."
Racing on TV: Times ET. Saturday 5:00-6:00 (NBC/NBCSN), 1:00-7:00 (FS1 and regionals); Sunday 1:00-6:30 (FS1 and regionals)
Friday: Updated Blue Grass list shows Basin upgraded, Finnick the Fierce back. Probable now are Art Collector, Attachment Rate, Basin, Enforceable, Finnick the Fierce, Hard Lighting, Hunt the Front, Man in the Can, Mr. Big News, Rushie, Shivaree, Winning Impression. Possible is Swiss Skydiver.
Thursday Night: Per Dave Basler of the Ohio HBPA, a groom who lives in a dorm at Belterra park has tested positive for Covid-19 and is hospitalized. The local health dept will require three screenings a day from residents of that dorm til July 13. Dorm residents must comply or vacate immediately.
Thursday: Creed wins in New York, Cezanne wins in California. See Worth Watching for details.
Ellis Park Jockey Colony Fills Deep Bench
Indiana Derby 20-8-4-2 points
July 8 (next Wednesday) at Indiana Grand
1 No Getting Over Me (M Mena) 12-1
2 Extraordinary (L Saez) 10-1
3 Taishan (R Bejarano) 6-1
4 Earner (S Elliott) 8-1
5 Shared Sense (F Geroux) 4-1
6 Background (T Baze) 20-1
7 Juggernaut (D Parker) 15-1
8 Major Fed (J Graham) 7-2
9 Winning Impression (J Leparoux) 3-1
10 Necker Island (M Murrill) 20-1
Thursday: Ellis Park Reserved Seating Plans Detailed
Remember, No General Admission
Wednesday: Online Horse Betting Has One-Month Surge Of 67% In What Country
Tuesday: The Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs has resumed tours, which were suspended March 16 when the Museum closed due to the covid-19 pandemic. The Museum reopened June 8 and was allowed to start tours yesterday. A number of tour options are available, but the backside is off-limits for now.
Monday: At Worth Watching, short status reports on the following, some good, some not so good: Chance It, Colonel Liam, Disc Jockey, Eight Rings, Excession, Farmington Road, Fast Enough, Gold Street, Green Light Go, Independence Hall, Major Fed, Mr. Big News, Mr. Monomoy, Palm Springs, Royal Act, Shake Some Action, Silver Prospector, Silver State, Taishan, Texas Swing, Thousand Words, Three Technique
Derby Future Wager Pool 5 Final Pool 5 PPs
Dean Martini Toast Of The Ohio Derby
Profiles of Belmont Stakes Horses Complete
Tiz the Law Gavels Down Belmont Stakes
Free Equibase PPs Of All Triple Crown Nominees
Honor A. P. Springs Mild Upset To Win Santa Anita Derby
Twenty-Two Late Triple Crown Nominations
Maxfield Picks Up Where He Left Off
Nadal Pressures Pace This Time To Win Arkansas Derby Div 2
Charlatan Dominates Division 1 Of Arkansas Derby
Mr. Big News Headliner in Oaklawn Stakes
Tiz the Law Coasts to Florida Derby Victory
Wells Bayou Leads Them Home at Fair Grounds
Conference Call on Derby-Oaks Dates Short on Details
Nadal Takes On All Comers To Win Rebel
Charlatan Romps First Time At Two Turns
Field Pass Gets Up In Jeff Ruby
Authentic, King Guillermo, Mischevious Alex Win Derby Points Races
Ete Indien Waves Goodbye to FOY Field
Sample Kentucky Derby Subscription Page
Dosage In Chaos
Looking Back on 17 Years of TDP
Some Changes At The Downey Profile
TDP Overview and Construction; Subscriptions
The Early 2020 Triple Crown Nominations
Facts and Figures About The Early 2020 Triple Crown Nominations
Road to the 2020 Kentucky Derby