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Kentucky Derby 141

2015 Kentucky Derby Contenders


When is the Kentucky Derby?
The 141th Kentucky Derby is on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015

Where is the Kentucky Derby?
The Derby is raced at Churchill Downs Racecourse in Louisville, Kentucky

Where can I watch the Kentucky Derby?
Watch the Kentucky Derby Betting live on TV with NBC at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time

The Kentucky Derby is a stakes race for three-year-old thoroughbred horses, staged yearly in Louisville, Kentucky.

Get ready to celebrate the fastest two minutes in sports. The Road to the Derby schedule has started and we are on the way to determining the contenders for the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. Derby odds to win are posted here at All Horse Racing so horse racing fans can get a head start on establishing a solid betting strategy before the other horse betting sites. Bet on contenders during the Road to the Roses to get the best opportunity to lock in huge odds well before the competition.


Kentucky Derby Points Standings

As the Road to the Kentucky Derby progresses, we will pay close attention to the Kentucky Derby Points Standings while providing daily updates about all of the best 2 year old horses in North America. Only 20 horses are able to enter the starting gate for the Fastest Two Minutes in Sports but many more will compete for a spot.


Road to the Kentucky Derby Handicapping

Be sure to read up on our expansive selection of Road to the Kentucky Derby handicapping tips and updates including Road to the Roses Race Recaps, Derby Prep Horses to Watch, Contender Profiles, Notable Works, Winning Speed Figures , Injury Reports, News & Notes and more! All Horse Racing offers more Kentucky Derby horse racing information than any site making it a fasters, easier and better place to bet on the 2015 Kentucky Derby.


What is the Also Eligible Rule?

The AE or Also Eligible rule comes in to effect in the event of a scratched horse in the days or weeks before the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs . For example, in 2011 Uncle Mo was scratched by trainer Todd Pletcher for Kentucky Derby 137th; under the new rules the next highest points earner which was Sway Away. This ensures that the Kentucky Derby will always run a full 20 horse field going forward.


Bet on the Kentucky Derby

When you bet on the Kentucky Derby, be sure to pay attention to any horses that are early scratches and know who the possible Also-Eligible horses are according to their Kentucky Derby Points System.



2015 Kentucky Derby Odds
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Graded Stakes Races

Feb 28

Aqueduct: Jimmy Winkfield S., $100,000, 3yo, 6f

Gulfstream Park: Herecomesthebride S. (G3), $150,000, 3yo f, ...

Gulfstream Park: Palm Beach S. (G3), $150,000, 3yo, 8.5f

Gulfstream Park: Swale S. (G2), $200,000, 3yo, 7f

Oaklawn Park: Downthedustyroad Breeders' S., $75,000, 3&up...

Oaklawn Park: Nodouble Breeders' S., $75,000, 3&up c&g, 6f

Sam Houston: Maxxam Gold Cup, $100,000, 4&up, 9f

Santa Anita Park: Santa Ysabel S. (G3), $100,000, 3yo f, 8.5f

Turfway Park: John Battaglia Memorial S., $125,000, 3yo, 8...