Kentucky Derby 2018

Kentucky Derby 2018 Live Stream Online,The 144th Kentucky Derby takes place on Saturday, May 5 and, as ever, the Run for the Roses promises to be the most exhilarating race on the sporting calendar Live stream.

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Post Time: Saturday, May 5 at 6:34 p.m. ET

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The 144th Kentucky Derby takes place on Saturday, May 5 and, as ever, the Run for the Roses promises to be the most exhilarating race on the sporting calendar.

The Derby is the first leg of the Triple Crown and is ran by three-year-old thoroughbreds at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.

The race might only last around two minutes, but the 20 jockeys are competing for their share of $2 million in a frenzied event that is never without drama.

The 144th Kentucky Derby is set. All 20 horses are in the paddock preparing for the biggest event on the horse racing calendar. And it all goes down at Churchill Downs on Saturday in Louisville, Kentucky. Justify has been the betting favorite all week with wins in his only three races, including the Santa Anita Derby in April.

Post time is set for 6:50 p.m. ET from the race track with favorites Justify, Mendelssohn, Good Magic and the rest of the field set to hit what is expected to be a muddy track. Here’s the full field with odds from KentuckyDerby.com: 1. Firenze Fire (66-1), 2. Free Drop Billy (35-1), 3. Promises Fulfilled (50-1), 4. Flameaway (45-1), 5. Audible (13-2), 6. Good Magic (8-1), 7. Justify (7-2), 8. Lone Sailor (50-1), 9. Hofburg (15-1), 10. My Boy Jack (18-1), 11. Bolt d’Oro (17-2), 12. Enticed (25-1), 13. Bravazo (60-1), 14. Mendelssohn (7-2), 15. Instilled Regard (60-1), 16. Magnum Moon(15-2), 17. Solomini (22-1), 18. Vino Rosso (12-1), 19. Noble Indy (30-1), 20. Combatant (66-1).

Monomoy Girl is the early 2-1 favorite for the Kentucky Oaks but must do so from far outside if she is win the marquee race for 3-year-old fillies.

Follow along below. We’ll have live updates and results from all 13 races on Friday’s card, including the Kentucky Oaks, Race 11, which goes off at 6:12 p.m. Eastern.

All eyes are on Churchill Downs in Louisville this weekend for the Kentucky Derby, the first leg of the Triple Crown. But before Saturday’s festivities, we have a full day of racing set for Friday, culminating with the 2018 Kentucky Oaks.

There are 13 races Friday, beginning at 10:30 a.m. ET. NBCSN will begin its TV coverage at noon and run for three hours. NBCSN resumes coverage from 5-6:30 p.m., which will include the signature race of the day. Online streaming of Friday’s coverage is available through NBC Sports Live Extra.

The Kentucky Oaks is a 1⅛-mile race between the best three-year-old fillies in the world. Monomoy Girl is the favorite at 2-1 odds and starts on the outside in the 14th post, with Midnight Bisou at 5-2 starting in 10th position.

Monomoy Girl is trained by Brad Cox, who has three horses in the race, including Sassy Siena at 15-1 in the first post.

“Sassy will be close,” Cox told the Associated Press Thursday. “Her and Monomoy have similar styles as far as where we would like for them to be placed in the race. Obviously, there’s going to be concern with one being caught wide in the first turn and the other one hopefully getting a clean run.”

Streaming: NBC Sports Live Extra

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