Saturday was dubbed by many as the greatest single day in sports history, in large part because of the always-popular Kentucky Derby and the highly anticipated Pacquiao-Mayweather fight. [ MORE: Get all of our Big Ten pros coverage ]
On Saturday, like an tremendous machine, thoroughbred American Pharaoh pushed ahead in the final stretch to take the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby. In a close second was Firing Line, followed by Dortmund.
He's been at the Kentucky Derby for exactly 43 minutes, and nearly every passerby has given him the same greeting. “You made it!” booms restaurant mogul Chris Sullivan, one of the founders of Outback Steakhouse. “How was your draft?” “It was good
Despite the record crowd at Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby, police made relatively few arrests — and the day was notable for fewer shenanigans in the infield than other parts of the track. Away from the track on Kentucky Oaks night and early
The Kentucky Derby is finally here, and it's a star-studded affair! Tons of celebs sported their best hats and placed their bets for the biggest horse race in America, taking place in Louisville, Kentucky on May 2. Check out our