California Chrome is your 2014 Kentucky Derby favorite. The rest of the field? We're still trying to separate out the contenders from the pretenders.
The final two major prep races for the 2014 Kentucky Derby are slated for this afternoon: the Arkansas Derby and Blue Grass Stakes.
Bet on the horses that run around in circles in Lexington tomorrow at that track they call Keeneland. More than likely, you can ignore the winner on Derby Day, too. But hey, Keeneland for the win. Should be fun.
The leader board on the road to the 2014 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.
The Road to Louisville
California Chrome asserts his dominance on the West Coast by blowing out the field in the Santa Anita Derby.
Wicked Strong rolls to Louisville after winning the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct.
A look at the 2014 Wood Memorial from Predicteform.
It's time for the big one on the West Coast: the 2014 Santa Anita Derby.
New York City takes center stage on the road to the 2014 Kentucky Derby with Saturday's Grade 1 $1 million Wood Memorial at Aqueduct.
Ken Ramsey has another Derby horse as Vicar's in Trouble takes the Louisiana Derby in gate to wire fashion.
Todd Pletcher has another Kentucky Derby hopeful as Constitution edges Wildcat Red to win the Florida Derby.
Toast of New York snags a ticket to Louisville, if he wants it.
Risen Star winner Intense Holiday leads a field of 10 in the 2014 Louisiana Derby at the Fair Grounds on Saturday, March 29th (Post time: 7:10 p.m. Eastern; TV: NBCSN, HRTV).
Cairo Prince leads a field of eight as the 9/5 morning line favorite in Saturday's Grade 1 Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park (Post time: 6:48 p.m. Eastern; TV: NBCSN, HRTV)
The Sunland Derby was comin' up Bafferts!
Looks like a rematch is shaping up.
California Chrome and Candy Boy, who figure to be the top two betting choices in the Santa Anita Derby, had their penultimate workouts Saturday morning for the Grade 1, $1 million race on April 5.
The Sunland Derby has, in just 11 years time, gone from an afterthought to a key stop on the road to the Kentucky Derby.
We Miss Artie wins the Spiral and takes a big step towards the 2014 Kentucky Derby, but can he take his synthetic form to the dirt at Churchill Downs?
A full field of 12 three-year-old colts are expected to contest Saturday's Grade 3 Spiral Stakes over the Polytrack at Turfway Park (Post time: 6:28 p.m. ET; TV: TVG)
Hoppertunity bounces back from the Risen Star with a victory in the Rebel.
Tapiture looks to keep on rolling towards the 2014 Kentucky Derby with a victory in Saturday's Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn Park.
A fantastic three-horse battle in the stretch of the Gotham goes to Samraat.
Uncle Sigh and Samraat are ready for Round 2 in the Gotham.
No Nay Never and Havana to make their three-year-old debuts at Gulfstream.
Intense Holiday finally breaks through with a graded stakes win after running down Albano in deep stretch to win the Risen Star.
Wildcat Red edges General a Rod to win the Fountain of Youth.
Major Derby points are on the line in the Fountain of Youth and the Risen Star on Saturday afternoon.
Steve Asmussen's Taipture takes a big step towards a start in the 2014 Kentucky Derby.
It's a Battle Royale in New Orleans as a jam-packed field of three-year-old colts are scheduled to compete in the Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes at the Fair Grounds.
Thirteen three-year-old colts expected in the starting gate for the Grade 2 Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream Park on Saturday, February 22nd.
First maidens, now stakes. Looks like I've finally decided to contribute again!
A look back at some of the results from Saturday's stakes action.