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We are thrilled to announce Derby Day Racing and two-time Breeders’ Cup winning trainer Buff Bradley will be hosting a meet and greet for all those interested in becoming a racehorse owner. You are cordially invited to attend and join us on the backstretch of iconic Churchill Downs on the morning of Saturday, June 2.
The group will watch horses work up close, and then come off the track and head back to the barn. There you will see firsthand Buff’s stable, operation, and all the people that take such good care of the horses on a daily basis.
Doughnuts and coffee will be served, as you meet the team from Derby Day Racing, including Buff and his staff, and talented bloodstock agent, Josh Stevens.
Please come armed with questions for the team about how you can get involved, and specifically about the current two-year-old partnership. Most of all, be ready to have a great morning behind the scenes one of America’s finest racetracks.read more
In the latest installment of Drink, Place and Show, Tony Bada Bing doesn’t see any real challengers to the top two in Preakness 2018, Justify and Good Magic. But he does make time for a tasty cocktail, the official drink of the Preakness Stakes, the Black-Eyed Susan. Enjoy!read more
Afleet Alex’s running line in the official chart for the 2005 Preakness simply says, “clipped heels, stumbled.” It is what happened immediately after that incident that makes Afleet Alex’s performance one of the most remarkable in Preakness history. Afleet Alex comes to mind this yearread more
You probably won’t remember the last trainer to win the Preakness Stakes seven times. And for good reason, as it was way back in 1888 when R. Wyndham Walden watched his charge Refund win the then 1 1/2-mile event. 130 years later, Bob Baffert has a wonderful chance to match the feat.read more
In the latest Drink, Place, and Show video, Tony Bada Bing has a lot to say about Justify‘s victory in Kentucky Derby 2018. He shares the results of his quest to hit the Derby superfecta and discusses some of the decisions that he made when it came to the favorite.read more
Congratulations to Justify, Bob Baffert, and Mike Smith on the convincing victory in the 2018 Kentucky Derby. By galloping off to 2 ½ length victory over the sloppy rain-soaked track at Churchill Downs, Justify did away with the 136 year Curse of Apollo. For trainer Bob Baffert this was his fifth win in the Derby.read more
It’s finally here, Kentucky Derby weekend. You’ve watched replays, handicapped, looked over workouts, watched preview shows, listened to the experts, and now you’re ready to crush the Kentucky Derby. There’s only one problem: You have to get through two days and 23 races at Churchill Downs.read more
Who is going to win the 2018 Kentucky Derby? That is the question on everyone’s lips this week. As we get ready for, from what all appearances looks to be one of the deepest and most talented editions of the Run for the Roses in recent memory, let’s try to answer that question by lookingread more
Join Derby Day Racing’s own Tony Bada Bing for his second installment of Drink, Place, and Show where explains how he will be betting the Kentucky Derby 2018 superfecta. Using pace scenario graphics, Tony describes how he sees the race being run and then identifies his contendersread more
The staff at Derby Day Racing would like to share their final picks for Kentucky Derby 2018 and the Kentucky Oaks along with their favorite wager of the weekend. The 20-horse Derby field provides the best opportunity of the year to find some hefty payoffs. Enjoy the Oaks and the Derby and good luck on your wagers!read more
Historically, horse racing has been considered a past time of royalty. Its designation as “The Sport of Kings” has given many the impression that involvement of the average blue collar worker was impossible, with cost being the primary barrier to entry.
While that may have been the case
I decided to veer in a different direction with this preview of my favorite bet for Kentucky Derby 2018. In this video, I married two of my passions – the Derby superfecta bet and the classic American cocktail, an Old Fashioned. Sure there’s some information on who I think will be in the superfectaread more
Along the road to Kentucky Derby 2018, the Top 10 rankings reflect the performances of the 3-year-olds in the prep races. Now that the Derby is only two weekends away and the field is set, the Derby Day Racing staff has changed the emphasis of our Top 10 lists. This week our team of expertsread more
While this year’s Kentucky Derby looks absolutely loaded at the top with a plethora of top runners, the 2018 Kentucky Oaks sets up more as a two-woman show. The best from the West, Midnight Bisou, and the Kentucky-based Monomoy Girl have dominated their competition so far, and now theyread more
This week’s Derby Day Racing Top 10 was affected by the four-length victory in the Arkansas Derby by Magnum Moon. The son of Malibu Moon remained unbeaten in all four of his career starts that have come in 2018. He received the most first-place votes and moved into the topread more
The 2018 Kentucky Derby trail began last year, back in September, when The Tabulator won the Iroquois at Churchill Downs. Seven months have passed and 35 qualifying races have been run. In the end, the field of 20 has been assembled for the first Saturday in May. Along the way 28 different horsesread more
The final piece of the puzzle to the 2018 Kentucky Derby has been put in place, and it fits quite nicely, thank you very much. We now clearly have the blueprint for the best edition of the Run for the Roses in a long time. Why do I say that? Depth of quality is the key, and top to bottom, this year’s field looks to beread more
Have you ever thought about what it would be like to see your horse in person, as they sprint to the wire ahead of the pack? Perhaps it has been just a dream, but now there is more opportunity than ever. Would you like to know a little more about becoming an owner through racing partnerships?read more
For Wayne Rives, the passion for horse racing has never left. It’s a passion that has led Wayne to living out a lifelong dream of being a Thoroughbred owner. He doesn’t have his first horse yet, but as one of the first partners of Derby Day Racing, Wayne will soon be able to proudly call himself an owner of threeread more
Justify’s victory over Bolt d’Oro in the Santa Anita Derby has led to big changes in the Derby Day Racing top 10 rankings for Kentucky Derby 2018. The Bob Baffert trainee maintained his perfect three-race record and for the first time moved to the top spot in our poll.read more
Let me tell you about a personal hero of mine. Cot Campbell turned a dream into reality half a century ago, and the sport of racing has been better off ever since. A fun loving character from the South, Campbell is an idea man. The colorful fan of horse racing is also the father of horse racing partnerships, startingread more
Derby Day Racing is forming a new 2018 two-year-old partnership. We will purchase three juveniles this spring, either at the upcoming sales, or by way of a private purchase.
Our goal with our first partnership is to hit a home run. We will target two-year-olds who we believe have the potential to win at two, but even moreread more
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