Molly Morgan Takes Inside Route to Win La Troienne Presented by TwinSpires.com

Bill Cubbedge’s Molly Morgan ducked inside of pace-setting Sweet Whiskey at the head of the stretch, spurted clear of the field and then held off late bids from favored Sheer Drama and Gold Medal Dancer to win the 30th running of the $300,000 La Troienne (GI) Presented by Twinspires.com by three-quarters of a length.

Traditions - Fashion

Traditions - Derby Hats

Pink Out!

2015 Longines Kentucky Oaks Fashion Contest - Teaser

Enjoying the Races

Feathered Leads All the Way to Take Edgewood Presented by Forcht Bank

Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners’ Feathered, making her grass debut, took the lead out of the gate and repulsed a stretch bid from favored Quality Rocks to win the 30th running of the $150,000 Edgewood (GIII) Presented by Forcht Bank for 3-year-old fillies by two lengths.

Traditions - Oaks Lily Garland

Kentucky Oaks Fashion

Traditions - Grey Goose Oaks Lily

2015 Kentucky Oaks Contenders

Traditions - History of the Kentucky Oaks

A Day at the Kentucky Oaks

Mornings at Churchill Downs

Taste of Derby presented by Stella Artois 2015

Traditions - The History of Churchill Downs

Sixth Annual ‘Taste of Derby’ Presented by Stella Artois is Perfect Pre-Derby Party

The Official Kentucky Derby Event of Churchill Downs, the Sixth Annual Taste of Derby presented by Stella Artois, will take off in style on Thursday April 30, 2015 at 7 pm. The celebrated Kentucky Oaks Eve event provides plenty of opportunities to mingle with horse racing celebrities and award-winning chefs, savor an incredible array of exquisite cuisine and sip exceptional beer and wines. Due to popular demand, the 2015 Taste of Derby presented by Stella Artois, will offer additional VIP amenities including increased lounge space and bar service. 

Tales from the Crib, Part III

Frosted is a homebred, born under the Darley banner and now racing for Godolphin. 

Thurby Morning

Bird is the word in Kentucky Oaks

This year’s Kentucky Oaks (G1) has come up just as strong as the Kentucky Derby (G1) one day later. Friday’s contest drew a full field of 14, plus one also-eligible, and three in the group have dominated the competition at their respective tracks.