Today is the day leading up to the 147th running of the $3 million Kentucky Derby (G1), usracing.com is profiling all the contenders. The 1 ¼-mile Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs is May 1 and is the first leg of the Triple Crown.
Prior to making any horse racing forecasts, you are going to want to watch the most current 2020 Kentucky Derby selections from Miriam Lee.
A fixture in the horse racing world that has been speaking about, speaking about, and gambling on races for decades, Miriam Lee enters the 2020 Kentucky Derby on a significant heater onto his horse racing selections. In the Belmont, the first Triple Crown race of 2020, Lee, known as Tiz the Law the course of the area and he retreated for a convincing victory.
This is precisely the identical handicapper who struck on the Oaks-Derby twice at Churchill Downs nine occasions in the previous 11 decades. Meaning that he held a ticket together with the winners of the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby all but two in his last 11 attempts. Whoever has followed closely is far up.
Now, Lee has launched his ancient 2020 Kentucky Derby picks, forecasting where each horse will complete. He is sharing it all in SportsLine.
Incredible surprise: Lee is fading Authentic, although he is among the favorites at the Kentucky Derby chances 2020 in 10-1. Authentic is coming off a win at the Haskell Stakes, but he let his foot off the gas first and almost let Ny Traffic run down him in the line.
Jockey Mike Smith made it very clear that Authentic still struggles immaturity and admits he had been diverted down the last straightaway, which might prove expensive in a 2020 Kentucky Derby lineup filled with horses with final rate. Trainer Bob Baffert will hope to have worked through these problems by the time that his horse belongs to article at 7:01 p.m. ET.
Another shocker: Miriam Lee is packed with Leading Fed, although he is a substantial 75-1 long shot at the hottest Kentucky Derby chances 2020. He is a goal for anybody searching for a massive payday. Important Fed was a significant beneficiary of this Kentucky Derby 2020 date being pushed to September since he finished next to Shared Sense at the Indiana Derby in July to be eligible. That runner-up performance accompanied by a disappointing 10th-place ending from Matt Winn Stakes.
Lee says Major Fed will probably be”running in the long run.” He is a powerful decision to add some flavor to your own 2020 Kentucky Derby stakes and exotics.
Additionally, Lee is high on a huge long shot whose personality matches Churchill Downs perfectly. she is just discussing which horse to rear, and his whole projected 2021 Kentucky Derby leaderboard, here.
|1||Known Agenda||6-1||Todd Pletcher||Irad Ortiz||St. Elias Stable|
|2||Like the King||50-1||Wesley Ward||Drayden Van Dyke||M Racing Group, LLC|
|3||Brooklyn Strong||50-1||Daniel Velazquez||Umberto Rispoli||Mark Schwartz|
|4||Keepmeinmind||50-1||Robertino Diodoro||David Cohen||Cypress Creek LLC and Bennewith, Arnold|
|5||Sainthood||50-1||Todd Pletcher||Corey Lanerie||CHC, Inc. and WinStar Farm LLC|
|6||O Besos||20-1||Gregory D. Foley||Marc Pedroza||Bernard, L Barret, Tagg Team Racing and West Point Thoroughbreds|
|7||Mandaloun||15-1||Brad Cox||Florent Geroux||Juddmonte Farms, Inc.|
|8||Medina Spirit||15-1||Bob Baffert||John Velazquez||Zedan Racing Stables Inc|
|9||Hot Rod Charlie||8-1||Doug O’Neill||Flavien Prat||Roadrunner Racing, Boat Racing, LLC and Strauss Bros Racing|
|10||Midnight Bourbon||20-1||Steve Asmussen||Mike Smith||Winchell Thoroughbreds|
|11||Dynamic One||20-1||Todd Pletcher||Jose Ortiz||Repole Stable, Phipps Stable and St. Elias Stable|
|12||Helium||50-1||Mark Casse||Julien Leparoux||D. J. Stable LLC|
|13||Hidden Stash||50-1||Victoria H. Oliver||Rafael Bejarano||BBN Racing, LLC|
|14||Essential Quality||2-1||Brad Cox||Luis Saez||Godolphin, LLC|
|15||Rock Your World||5-1||John W. Sadler||Joel Rosario||Hronis Racing LLC and Talla Racing LLC|
|16||King Fury||20-1||Kenneth McPeek||Benjamin Hernandez||Fern Circle Stables and Three Chimneys Farm, LLC|
|17||Highly Motivated||10-1||Chad Brown||Javier Castellano||Klaravich Sables, Inc.|
|18||Super Stock||30-1||Steve Asmussen||Ricardo Santana Jr.||Woolsey, Erv and Asmussen, Keith|
|19||Soup and Sandwich||30-1||Mark Casse||Tyler Gaffalione||Live Oak Plantation|
|20||Bourbonic||30-1||Todd Pletcher||Kendrick Carmouche||Calumet Farm|
Miriam Lee has always been a horse racing fan thanks to trips to the tracks in her home state of Maryland with her father as kid. She owns an OTTB and is an advocate for promoting the sport among her peers. Miriam studies communication arts at Hood College and will receive her master’s degree in 2021, which she plans to use for a career in screenwriting. Her all-time favorite racehorse is Man O War.