Kentucky Derby hopefuls worked on three fronts Saturday morning highlighted by Sackatoga Stable’s Tiz the Law’s five-furlong work in :59.21 over a fast track at Saratoga.

Beneath the Twin Spires at Churchill Downs, John Oxley’s Enforceable worked a half-mile in :49.60 and Victoria’s Ranch’s King Guillermo worked a half-mile in :52.20. Also working was Peter Callahan’s Swiss Skydiver who covered a half-mile in :49.20 in her final prep for Friday’s Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI).

At Del Mar, 2019 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) winner Storm the Court worked six furlongs in 1:12.80 and Thousand Words covered five furlongs in :59.80.

Also at Del Mar, C R K Stable’s Honor A. P. was scheduled to breeze before Saturday afternoon’s first race at 12:45 PDT.

Owner Charles Fipke reported that Shirl’s Speight will miss the Derby because of a minor cough.

Michael Lund Petersen’s Gamine, the likely Kentucky Oaks favorite, worked six furlongs in 1:11.60 Saturday morning at Del Mar.

ART COLLECTOR – Bruce Lunsford’s Art Collector jogged a mile at 6:45 a.m. with jockey Brian Hernandez Jr. in the saddle.

The Blue Grass and Ellis Park Derby winner had his final work prior to the Derby Friday with a five-furlong move in 1:00.80. He is expected to walk the shedrow Sunday.

ATTACHMENT RATE – Jim Bakke and Gerald Isbister’s $200,000 Ellis Park Derby runner-up Attachment Rate galloped 1 ½ miles under exercise rider Faustino Herrarte at 7:30 a.m.

Attachment Rate is scheduled to work on Sunday. Trainer Dale Romans is due back in Louisville Saturday from Saratoga.

AUTHENTIC – Spendthrift Farm LLC, MyRaceHorse Stable, Madaket Stables LLC and Starlight Racing’s $1 million Haskell (GI) winner Authentic is scheduled work Sunday at Del Mar and arrive Monday at Churchill Downs. The plane is due to land at 11:30 a.m.

DR POST – St. Elias Stable’s Haskell third-place finisher Dr Post was removed from Kentucky Derby consideration, according to Churchill Downs assistant racing secretary and stakes coordinator Dan Bork.

ENFORCEABLE – Lecomte (GIII) winner Enforceable completed his major Derby preparations by working a half-mile in :49.60 under jockey Adam Beschizza.

Breezing over a track labeled as good during the 7:30-7:45 training window for Derby and Oaks runners, Enforceable posted fractions of :12.80, :24.80, :37.20 and galloped out five furlongs in 1:03.20 while working on his own.

“I think he is really improving at this stage of his career,” trainer Mark Casse said. “He’s maturing; he’s ready to go.

“I thought he looked super,” added Casse, who will be seeking the first Kentucky Derby triumph of his Hall of Fame career. “If you said to me three months ago you could have him where he is today and you’d be in the position you’re in, I would have taken it. I just think he’s at the top of his game right now. That’s all you can ask for.”

Saturday’s work was the sixth for Enforceable since finishing fourth in the Blue Grass Stakes (GII) at Keeneland on July 11 and the second consecutive work with Beschizza aboard.

“I thought the work was perfect,” said Beschizza, who also had worked Enforceable over the winter at Fair Grounds. “He went a scratch under :50. Mark and (assistant trainer) David (Carroll) just wanted to keep the lid on it. His major work was in the bag.”

Enforceable will represent the first Kentucky Derby mount for Beschizza.

“I like his consistency,” Beschizza said. “He is a light-framed horse and doesn’t need a lot to keep fit. He is going to have to be on his ‘A’ game. He needs pace and we know he is going to get it (in the Derby).”

“Where he fits in (the Kentucky Derby field) will depend a lot on who gets lucky, who doesn’t. And pace,” Casse said of the late-running colt. “But the only thing for us as a trainer we want is for a horse to be at the top of his game, and I feel like he’s there.”

Casse is set to drive up to Kentucky from his base in Ocala, Florida, with a planned midweek arrival.

FINNICK THE FIERCE – Arnaldo Monge and trainer Rey Hernandez’s Finnick the Fierce galloped Saturday morning at The Thoroughbred Center in Lexington.

Hernandez said Finnick the Fierce would train the next two mornings in Lexington and then ship to Churchill Downs Monday afternoon.

HONOR A. P. – C R K Stable’s Honor A. P. was scheduled to breeze before Saturday afternoon’s first race at Del Mar at 12:45 PDT.

KING GUILLERMO – Victoria’s Ranch’s King Guillermo published an easy half-mile move in :52.20 Saturday morning under exercise rider Edgar Garcia.

Trained by Juan Avila, King Guillermo strolled through opening eighth-mile splits of :14.40 and :27.20 before he galloped out five furlongs in 1:05.20.

“(Juan) asked me to go easy and it was exactly what the horse needed,” Garcia said. “I thought he galloped out around the turn well and was moving very easy on the track. He doesn’t need to do much, he’s pretty fit.”

MAJOR FED – Lloyd Madison Farm’s $300,000 Indiana Derby (GIII) runner-up Major Fed had a scheduled walk day following his five-furlong move in :59 Friday morning at Churchill Downs.

“He cooled out great,” trainer Greg Foley said.

Major Fed is likely to return to the track Sunday at 5:15 a.m.

MAX PLAYER – George Hall and SportBLX Thoroughbred’s $1 million Travers Stakes (GI) third-place finisher Max Player schooled in the paddock and galloped 1 ½ miles at 6 a.m. with exercise rider Juan Vargas in the saddle.

The Steve Asmuseen-trained colt is expected to work Monday. Jockey Ricardo Santana Jr. will have the call in the Derby.

MONEY MOVES – Robert LaPenta and Bortolazzo Stable’s two-time winner Money Moves is targeting the Kentucky Derby, according to assistant racing secretary and stakes coordinator Dan Bork.

Money Moves worked five furlongs in 1:00.14 Friday at Saratoga for trainer Todd Pletcher. He is scheduled to arrive Monday at Churchill Downs.

NECKER ISLAND – Raymond Daniels and Wayne Scherr’s Necker Island walked the shedrow at trainer Chris Hartman’s barn a day after working a half-mile in :48.40.

“Once he got going, I thought it was a good work,” Hartman said of the breeze that ended with a :23.40 final quarter and a gallop-out to the half-mile pole. “He will walk again tomorrow and then back to the track Monday.”

Miguel Mena, who was aboard for the work, has the Derby mount, his second. Mena rode Backtalk in the 2010 Run for the Roses.

NY TRAFFIC – John Fanelli, Cash is King and Paul Braverman’s Ny Traffic walked the shedrow at trainer Saffie Joseph Jr.’s barn at Saratoga a day after working five furlongs in :59.45.

Joseph reported via text that Ny Traffic came out of the work well and is scheduled to ship to Churchill Downs Monday.

RUSHIE – Jim and Donna Daniell’s Rushie walked the shedrow at trainer Michael McCarthy’s barn a day after working five furlongs in 1:01.60.

“Everything is good this morning,” McCarthy said looking at the track that was labeled muddy before the first renovation break. “We got lucky with the weather yesterday and it worked out well.”

SHIRL’S SPEIGHT – Charles Fipke reported on Twitter that $100,000 Marine Stakes winner Shirl’s Speight will miss the Kentucky Derby due to a minor cough.

“He’s coughing and full of mucus so we’ve had to put him on antibiotics,” trainer Roger Attfield said. “I’ve had 4 or 5 of them (get sick) these last couple weeks actually. It’s nothing majorly serious but it’s bad timing. We were looking forward to seeing if we could something fancy but there will be another day. Just normal stuff we have to go through quite often.”

SOLE VOLANTE – Reeves Thoroughbred Racing and Andie Biancone’s Sole Volante walked the shedrow at trainer Patrick Biancone’s barn at Palm Meadows a day after working five furlongs in :57.80 on the turf.

“Everything is good,” Biancone said via text. “He leaves at 5:30 tonight and should be at Churchill between 11 and 11:30 tomorrow morning.

STORM THE COURT – David Bernsen, Exline-Border Racing, Dan Hudock and Susanna Wilson’s Storm the Court worked six furlongs on his own in 1:12.80 with Austin Solis aboard over a fast track at Del Mar Saturday morning.

Trainer Peter Eurton gave the work a thumb’s up via text with Storm the Court scheduled to ship to Louisville on Monday.

THOUSAND WORDS – Multiple graded stakes winner Thousand Words completed his final piece of serious work in advance of his trip to Louisville for the 146th Kentucky Derby, working five furlongs in :59.80 in company under the watch of trainer Bob Baffert at Del Mar Saturday.

The move was the second fastest of 44 works at the distance for the day and continued the pattern of improvement for the son of Pioneerof the Nile. The colt broke off several lengths behind Tapitution but went by his workmate on the gallop out, continuing on to cover a mile in 1:39 1/5 on Baffert’s watch.

“Bob said it was great work, he was really happy,” said Jason Loutsch, racing manager for Albaugh Family Stables, which owns Thousand Words in partnership with Spendthrift Farm. “It looks like we’re trying to teach him to sit back a little bit. He was right off the workmate, about 5 or 8 lengths, and that’s probably going to be our style this week since there is a lot of speed in (the Kentucky Derby). I think there will be three or four horses up near the lead and hopefully we’re in the second pack that sits behind them.”

Thousand Words comes into the Kentucky Derby off a victory in the Shared Belief Stakes at Del Mar on Aug. 1 where he bested Grade 1 winner Honor A. P. The bay colt opened his sophomore campaign with a victory in the Grade 2 Robert B. Lewis Stakes and boasts and overall record of four wins from seven starts.

“He’s one of these horses that is just steady,” Baffert said. “He’s just a steady kind of horse. I think he’ll be a threat. Both of them, Authentic and him, they’re threats. When you see a horse like Tiz the Law, he looks like right now he’ll be so tough to beat, but I’m happy right now the way they’re coming in. They’re coming in the right way and that’s all you can ask for right now.”

Thousand Words and his stablemate Authentic are set to ship to Louisville on Monday August 31. Baffert said Authentic is slated to put in his last serious workout at Del Mar on Sunday.

TIZ THE LAW – Sackatoga Stable’s Kentucky Derby favorite Tiz the Law breezed five furlongs in :59.21 Saturday morning at Saratoga.

Tiz the Law, the multiple Grade I-winning son of Constitution, is scheduled to arrive in Louisville Monday evening at 5 o’clock.

“Everything went fine,” trainer Barclay Tagg said. “He came back well. It may have been a little faster than he needed to go but the track was very fast, too. It went perfect, he’s a pleasure to train.”

WINNING IMPRESSION – West Point Thoroughbreds’ and Pearl Racing’s graded stakes placed Winning Impression had a regularly scheduled walk day Saturday following his five-furlong move in :59.20 Friday at Churchill Downs.

SHAPING UP: THE KENTUCKY DERBY – Likely starters in the 146th running of the $3 million, Grade I Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve to be run for 3-year-olds at 1 1/4 miles on Saturday, Sept. 5 (in order of preference): Tiz the Law (jockey Manny Franco); Authentic (John Velazquez); Art Collector (Brian Hernandez Jr.); Honor A. P. (Mike Smith); Ny Traffic (Paco Lopez); King Guillermo (Samy Camacho); Thousand Words (Florent Geroux); Max Player (Ricardo Santana Jr.); Enforceable (Adam Beschizza); Major Fed (James Graham); Storm the Court (Julien Leparoux); Attachment Rate (Joe Talamo); Sole Volante (Luca Panici); Finnick the Fierce (Martin Garcia); Winning Impression (Joe Rocco Jr.); Necker Island (Miguel Mena); Money Moves (Javier Castellano). Possible: Rushie (TBA).

KENTUCKY OAKS UPDATE

BAYERNESS – Belladonna Racing’s $200,000 Indiana Oaks (GIII) third-place finisher Bayerness continued her training at Trackside Louisville – Churchill Downs’ training facility located three miles from the Twin Spires.

Trained by Cherie DeVaux, Bayerness is likely to work Sunday and would arrive at Churchill Downs on Thursday.

BONNY SOUTH – Juddmonte Farm’s Alabama Stakes (GI) runner-up Bonny South exited her Friday work in good shape, according to trainer Brad Cox. She expected to return to the track Sunday.

DONNA VELOCE – Kaleem Shah, Mrs. John Magnier, Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith’s Donna Veloce walked the shedrow at trainer Simon Callaghan’s barn at Del Mar a day after working five furlongs in 1:00.80.

“It’s all good. She walked today, jog tomorrow and fly to Kentucky Monday,” Callaghan said via text.

DREAM MARIE – Miracle’s International Trading Inc.’s Dream Marie walked the shedrow at trainer Matthew Williams’ barn at Gulfstream Park West a day after working five furlongs in 1:00.80.

“So far, so good,” Williams said via text. “She is leaving at 1 this afternoon and should get to Churchill Downs between 7 and 8 tomorrow.”

GAMINE – It has become commonplace for Gamine to produce “wow” moments during her time on the racetrack and Saturday was no different for the daughter of Into Mischief as she put in her last serious move in advance of her run in the Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI) on Sept. 4.

With her Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert watching on, Gamine was on her game during her six-furlong work at Del Mar Saturday, covering the distance in 1:11.60 in her usual impressive fashion. Working in company with Quality Response, Gamine flaunted the same turn of foot that carried her to wins in the Longines Acorn Stakes (GI) and Longines Test Stakes (GI) as she drew clear of her partner in the lane continued on with authority around the turn.

“She’s getting stronger and stronger, she’s more mature now,” Baffert said of the expected Kentucky Oaks favorite. “These races have really helped her. She’s just more professional. There were some horses in front of her today, and she took dirt, she handled everything really well. She’s coming in really strong, I’m really happy with her.”

Owned by Michael Lund Petersen, Gamine has yet to be beaten on the square in her four career starts. She followed up her 18 ¾-length victory in the one-mile Acorn Stakes with a seven-length triumph in the Aug. 8 Test Stakes at Saratoga Race Course. The only blemish on her resume came when she was disqualified from her victory in an allowance optional claiming race at Oaklawn Park May 2 due to an excessive amount of the legal medication lidocaine.

Gamine is scheduled to arrive with her stablemates from the Baffert barn on Monday on a flight from Southern California to Louisville.

HOPEFUL GROWTH – St. Elias Stable’s Hopeful Growth walked the shedrow at trainer Anthony Margotta’s barn at Monmouth Park a day after working five furlongs inb 1:01.80.

“She came out of the breeze in good shape,” Margotta said via text. “She will train Sunday, Monday and Tuesday and ship Tuesday afternoon.”

PROJECT WHISKEY – Cash is King and LC Racing’s Project Whiskey walked the shedrow at trainer Butch Reid’s barn at Parx a day after working a half-mile in :47.82.

“She came out of the breeze very well and ate up everything last night,” Reid said via text.

Project Whiskey initially was scheduled to work Saturday but Reid moved the breeze up a day over concerns about the weather.

“It poured here last night and the track is hard sealed this morning,” Reid said. “I am glad we got it in yesterday.”

SHEDARESTHEDEVIL – Flurry Racing Stables, Qatar Racing Limited and Big Aut Farms’ $200,000 Indiana Oaks (GIII) winner Shedaresthedevil exited her Friday work in good order, according to trainer Brad Cox. She is expected to return to the track Sunday.

SPEECH – Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, Madaket Stables and Heider Family Stables’ Speech walked the shedrow at trainer Michael McCarthy’s barn a day after working a half-mile in :47.60.

“Everything is good this morning,” McCarthy said looking at the track that was labeled muddy before the first renovation break. “We got lucky with the weather yesterday and it worked out well.”

SWISS SKYDIVER – Peter Callahan’s $600,000 Alabama (GI) winner Swiss Skydiver recorded her final preparation toward the Kentucky Oaks (GI) with an easy half-mile move in :49.20.

With Brian Hernandez Jr. in the saddle, Swiss Skydiver worked through early fractions of :12 and :23.80. She galloped out five furlongs in 1:02.20.

“We went to the frontside (to watch),” trainer Kenny McPeek said. “It was just a happy half-mile, just something to stretch her legs a little bit. Uncomplicated. Brian knows her well. It was nice of him to come by and get on her. All systems go.”

Tyler Gaffalione has the call in the Oaks.

TEMPERS RISING – Mark and Nancy Stanley’s Grade II placed filly Tempers Rising had a scheduled walk day following her half-mile move in :47 Friday morning.

SHAPING UP: THE KENTUCKY OAKS – Likely starters in the 146th running of the $1.25 million, Grade I Longines Kentucky Oaks to be run for 3-year-old fillies at 1 1/8 miles on Friday, Sept. 4 in order of preference (with jockey): Swiss Skydiver (jockey Tyler Gaffalione); Speech (Javier Castellano); Bonny South (TBA); Shedaresthedevil (Florent Geroux); Project Whiskey (Paco Lopez); Donna Veloce (Ricardo Santana Jr.); Gamine (John Velazquez); Hopeful Growth (Manny Franco); Tempers Rising (Julien Leparoux); Dream Marie (Joe Talamo); Bayerness (TBA).

BREAK EVEN TOPS FIELD OF 10 FOR WEDNESDAY’S UNBRIDLED SIDNEY – Klein Racing’s Break Even, a stakes winner in her lone turf start heads a field of 10 fillies and mares and one also-eligible entered Saturday for Wednesday’s 10th running of the $150,000 Unbridled Sidney to be contested at 5 ½ furlongs on the grass.

The Unbridled Sydney will go as the ninth race on Wednesday’s 10-race program with a 5:26 p.m. post time (all times Eastern). First post Wednesday is 1 p.m.

Trained by Brad Cox, Break Even won the Coronation Cup at Saratoga last year in front-running fashion going 5 ½ furlongs. Wednesday’s start will be her first since finishing second in the Winning Colors (GIII) here on May 30.

Shaun Bridgmohan has the mount and will break from post position seven.

The field for the Unbridled Sydney, with riders and weights from the rail out, is: Crystal Lake (Joe Talamo, 121 pounds), Bulletproof One (Javier Castellano, 121), Ambassador Luna (Julien Leparoux, 121), Jakarta (Tyler Gaffalione, 121), Tomlin (Florent Geroux, 123), Dixieincandyland (Corey Lanerie, 121), Break Even (Bridgmohan, 121), Change of Control (Colby Hernandez, 123), Violent Times (John Velazquez, 121), Jo Jo Air (Gerardo Corrales, 121). Also-Eligible: Stonewood (Paco Lopez, 118).

SIR WINSTON HEADLINES FIELD OF SIX FOR CHAMPIONS’ DAY MARATHON – Tracy Farmer’s Sir Winston, winner of the 2019 Belmont Stakes (GI), heads a field of six for the second running of the $115,000 Champions Day Marathon Overnight Stakes presented by Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance for 4-year-olds and up going a mile and a half Tuesday afternoon over the main track.

The Marathon, which goes as the fourth race on Tuesday’s nine-race program, is the first of 17 stakes for the five-day Derby Week that culminates next Saturday, Sept. 5, with the 146th running of the $3 million Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (GI). First post time Tuesday afternoon is 1 o’clock (all times Eastern) with the Marathon going at 2:36 p.m.

Trained by Mark Casse, the 4-year-old Sir Winston finished sixth in the Suburban (GII) on July 4 in his most recent start and has won one of three starts in 2020. Tyler Gaffalione has the mount and will break from post No. 6.

The field for the Marathon, with riders and weights from the rail out, is: Ry’s the Guy (Chris Landeros, 120 pounds), Rated R Superstar (Martin Garcia, 120), Core Beliefs (Joe Talamo, 120), Easy Shot (James Graham, 120), Eskenforit (Chantal Sutherland, 120) and Sir Winston (Gaffalione, 120).

DERBY WEEK STAKES NOMINATIONS – Seventeen stakes races cumulatively worth purses of $9.78 million are on tap for Kentucky Derby Week at Churchill Downs, which runs Tuesday, through Saturday, Sept. 5. The spectacular week of racing, headlined by the $3 million Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve (Grade I) on Sept. 5 and $1.25 million Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI) on Sept. 4, will feature 14 graded stakes events. Here’s a look at some of the known early probable entrants, according to assistant racing secretary and stakes coordinator Dan Bork:

$200,000 Pocahontas (GII) (Entries taken Sunday, race Thursday, Sept. 3) – Alexandria (Tim Hamm); Crazy Beautiful (Kenny McPeek); Dream Quist (McPeek); Girl Daddy (Dale Romans); Trip to Seoul (James Chapman); and Xtrema (Keith Desormeaux).

$115,000 Opening Verse Overnight Stakes (Entries taken Sunday, race Thursday, Sept. 3) – Crafty Daddy (Kenny McPeek); Cullum Road (Ignacio Correas IV); Hembree (Mike Maker); and Mr. Misunderstood (Brad Cox). Possible: Set Piece (Brad Cox).

$300,000 Eight Belles presented by TwinSpires.com (GII) (Entries taken Monday, Race Friday, Sept. 4) – Four Graces (Ian Wilkes); Mundaye Call (Brad Cox); and Sconsin (Greg Foley). Possible: Ocean Breeze (Wayne Catalano).

$300,000 Edgewood presented by Forcht Bank (GII) (Entries taken Monday, Race Friday, Sept. 4) – Beguiled (Phil D’Amato); Lucky Betty (Will VanMeter); Outburst (Eddie Kenneally); and Sharing (Graham Motion).

$250,000 Twin Spires Turf Sprint presented by Sysco (GII) (Entries taken Monday, Race Friday, Sept. 4) – Archidust (Steve Asmussen); Carotari (Bryan Lynch); Chaps (Eddie Kenneally); Chief Cicatriz (Shawn Davis); Diamond Oops (Patrick Biancone); Extravagant Kid (Brendan Walsh); Tell Your Daddy (Neil Pessin); Tiger Blood (Mike Maker); and Well Labeled (Larry Rivelli).

$400,000 Alysheba presented by Sentient Jet (GII) (Entries taken Monday, Race Friday, Sept. 4) – By My Standards (Bret Calhoun); Hence (Jack Sisterson); McKinzie (Bob Baffert) Owendale (Brad Cox); Silver Dust (Bret Calhoun); and Title Ready (Dallas Stewart).

$500,000 La Troienne presented by Oak Grove Racing & Gaming (GI) (Entries taken Monday, Race Friday, Sept. 4) – Monomoy Girl (Brad Cox); and She’s a Julie (Steve Asmussen). Possible: Ce Ce (Michael McCarthy); Lady Kate (Eddie Kenneally); Vexatious (Jack Sisterson).

$1 million Old Forester Bourbon Turf Classic (GI) (Entries taken Tuesday, Race Saturday, Sept. 5) – Bowies Hero (Phil D’Amato); Digital Age (Chad Brown); Factor This (Brad Cox); Mr Dumas (Mike Maker); Parkland (Carlo Vaccarezza); Sacred Life (Chad Brown); Somelikeithotbrown (Maker); and Spectacular Gem (Jimmy Baker).

$500,000 Derby City Distaff presented by Derby City Gaming (GI) (Entries taken Tuesday, Race Saturday, Sept. 5) – Bell’s the One (Neil Pessin); Mia Mischief (Steve Asmussen); Sally’s Curlin (Dale Romans); Serengeti Empress (Tom Amoss); and Wildwood’s Beauty (Scott Becker). Possible: Ce Ce (Michael McCarthy); Lady Kate (Eddie Kenneally).

$500,000 Longines Distaff Turf Mile (GII) (Entries taken Tuesday, Race Saturday, Sept. 5) – Beau Recall (Brad Cox); Belle Laura (Juan Avila); Daddy is a Legend (Rusty Arnold); Juliet Foxtrot (Brad Cox); and Newspaperofrecord (Chad Brown). Possible: She’sonthewarpath (Steve Margolis).

$500,000 American Turf presented by Smithfield (GII) (Entries taken Tuesday, Race Saturday, Sept. 5) – Fancy Liquor (Mike Maker); Field Pass (Maker); King Theo (Carlo Vaccarezza); Mr. Big News (Bret Calhoun); Smooth Like Strait (American Turf); Sugoi (Mike Tomlinson). Possible: South Bend (Bill Mott).

$500,000 Pat Day Mile presented by LG&E and KU (GII) (Entries taken Tuesday, Race Saturday, Sept. 5) – Digital (Bret Calhoun); Echo Town (Steve Asmussen); Liam’s Pride (Doug O’Neill); Shashashakemeup (Keith Desormeaux); and Sonneman (Steve Asmussen). Possible: Rushie (Michael McCarthy); South Bend (Bill Mott); and Taishan (Richard Baltas).

$200,000 Iroquois presented by Ford (GIII) (Entries taken Tuesday, Race Saturday, Sept. 5) – Belafonte (Tom Humphries); Drop Anchor (Kenny McPeek); Pico D’Oro (Bill Morey); Sittin On Go (Dale Romans); Super Stock (Steve Asmussen); Therideofalifetime (Ignacio Correas IV); and Ultimate Badger (Romans).

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RESCHEDULED KENTUCKY DERBY WEEK AT A GLANCE

Monday, Aug. 24, 2020 through Thursday, Sept. 3

 First day of a daily one-hour broadcast from 7-8 a.m. of the special training period for Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks contenders (7:30-7:45 a.m.). It will be livestreamed on the Kentucky Derby social media channels (Facebook, Twitter and YouTube) along with KentuckyDerby.com.

Monday, Aug. 31, 2020

 Kentucky Oaks Post Position Draw, Aristides Lounge, 2nd Floor Clubhouse, 11 a.m.

 TBA: Media Opportunity

 TBA: Media Opportunity with new 20-stall Starting Gate positioned on the track at the start of the Kentucky Derby (weather permitting)

Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020

 Kentucky Derby Post Position Draw, Aristides Lounge, 2nd Floor Clubhouse, 11 a.m.

 First of 9 Races: 1 p.m. ET (TV)

o Race 1 – 1 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 2 – 1:32 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 3 – 2:04 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 4 – 2:36 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 5 – 3:08 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 6 – 3:40 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 7 – 4:12 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 8 – 4:44 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 9 – 5:16 p.m. (FS2)

 Stakes Race: $100,000 Champions Day Marathon Overnight Stakes presented by Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, 3&up, 1 ½ M

 TV: FS2, 11-11:30 a.m. (Kentucky Derby Post Position Draw); 1-5:30 p.m.

 TBA: Media Opportunity

Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020

 First of 10 Races: 1 p.m. ET (TV)

o Race 1 – 1 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 2 – 1:32 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 3 – 2:04 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 4 – 2:36 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 5 – 3:08 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 6 – 3:40 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 7 – 4:16 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 8 – 4:52 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 9 – 5:26 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 10 – 5:58 p.m. (FS2)

 Stakes Race: $150,000 Unbridled Sidney, f&m, 5 ½ F (T)

 TV: FS2, 1-6 p.m.

 TBA: Media Opportunity

Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020

 First of 11 Races: 1 p.m. ET

o Race 1 – 1 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 2 – 1:32 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 3 – 2:04 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 4 – 2:36 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 5 – 3:08 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 6 – 3:40 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 7 – 4:16 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 8 – 4:52 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 9 – 5:26 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 10 – 5:58 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 11 – 6:30 p.m. (FS2)

 Stakes Races:

o $200,000 Pocahontas (GIII), 2yo f, 1 M

o $100,000 Opening Verse Overnight Stakes, 3&up, 1 M (T)

 TV: FS2, 1-6:30 p.m.

 TBA: Media Opportunity

Friday, Sept. 4, 2020 – Kentucky Oaks Day

 First of 13 Races: 11 a.m. ET (TV)

o Race 1 – 11 a.m. (FS2)

o Race 2 – 11:30 a.m. (FS2)

o Race 3 – 12 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 4 – 12:35 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 5 – 1:10 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 6 – 1:45 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 7 – 2:20 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 8 (TBA Stakes)– 3:05 p.m. (NBCSN)

o Race 9 (TBA Stakes)– 3:40 p.m. (NBCSN)

o Race 10 (TBA Stakes)– 4:15 p.m. (NBCSN)

o Race 11 (TBA Stakes)– 4:50 p.m. (NBCSN)

o Race 12 (Longines Kentucky Oaks) – 5:45 p.m. (NBCSN)

o Race 13 (TBA Stakes) – 6:20 p.m. (FS2)

 Stakes Races:

o $1.25 million Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI), 3yo f, 1 1/8 M

o $500,000 La Troienne presented by Oak Grove Gaming (GI), f&m, 1 1/16 M

o $400,000 Alysheba presented by Sentient Jet (GII), 4&up, 1 1/16 M

o $300,000 Eight Belles presented by TwinSpires.com (GII), 3yo f, 7 F

o $300,000 Edgewood presented by Forcht Bank (GII), 3yo f, 1 M (T)

o $250,000 Twin Spires Turf Sprint presented by Sysco (GII), 3&up, 5 ½ F (T)

-more-

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Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020

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 TV:

o Kentucky Oaks Undercard, FS2, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. ET (Churchill Downs races not available 3-6 p.m.)

o Kentucky Oaks, NBCSN, 3-6 p.m. ET

Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020 – Kentucky Derby Day

 First of 14 Races: 11 a.m. ET (TV)

o Race 1 – 11 a.m. (FS1)

o Race 2 – 11:30 a.m. (FS1)

o Race 3 – 12 p.m. (FS1)

o Race 4 – 12:35 p.m. (FS1)

o Race 5 – 1:10 p.m. (FS1)

o Race 6 – 1:45 p.m. (FS1)

o Race 7 – 2:20 p.m. (FS2)

o Race 8 (TBA Stakes) – 2:55 p.m. (NBC)

o Race 9 (TBA Stakes) – 3:35 p.m. (NBC)

o Race 10 (TBA Stakes) – 4:07 p.m. (NBC)

o Race 11 (TBA Stakes) – 4:39 p.m. (NBC)

o Race 12 (TBA stakes) – 5:17 p.m. (NBC)

o Race 13 (Old Forester Bourbon Turf Classic) – 5:50 p.m. (NBC)

o Race 14 (Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve) – 7:02 p.m. (NBC)

 Stakes Races:

o $3 million Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve (GI), 3yo, 1 1/4 M

o $1 million Old Forester Bourbon Turf Classic (GI), 4&up, 1 1/8 M (T)

o $500,000 Derby City Distaff presented by Derby City Gaming (GI), f&m, 7 F

o $500,000 Longines Churchill Distaff Turf Mile (GII), f&m, 1 M (T)

o $500,000 Pat Day Mile presented by LG&E and KU (GII), 3yo, 1 M

o $500,000 American Turf presented by Smithfield (GII), 3yo, 1 1/16 M (T)

o $200,000 Iroquois presented by Ford (GIII), 2yo, 1 M

 TV:

o Kentucky Derby Undercard, FS1, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; FS2, 2-6:30 p.m. (Churchill Downs races not available 2:30-7:20 p.m.)

o Kentucky Derby, NBC, 2:30-7:30 p.m. ET

Sunday, Sept. 6, 2020

 TBA: Morning-after Media Opportunity with the Kentucky Derby winning connections.