Keeneland hosted a crowd of 11,552 for its 25th annual Kentucky Derby Day party, which offered a variety of family activities, food and wagering opportunities on racing from Churchill Downs and other major tracks throughout the day.

11,552 Fans Celebrate Kentucky Derby Day at Keeneland


Keeneland hosted a crowd of 11,552 for its 25th annual Kentucky Derby Day party, which offered a variety of family activities, food and wagering opportunities on racing from Churchill Downs and other major tracks throughout the day.

Lucky Colt Wins Kentucky Derby


A champion on the track, Lookin at Lucky came of age as a sire in 2018 with five time Grade I winner Accelerate and his Grade I winning mare Wow Cat and kept the momentum going on Saturday when progressive colt Country House (3c Lookin at Lucky x Quake Lake, by War Chant) won the $3million Grade I Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.

Master Fencer finishes sixth in the Kentucky Derby


Master Fencer finished an admirable sixth place in the 145th Kentucky Derby as the first Japanese-bred racehorse to take a crack at the Run for the Roses on Sunday.

Kentucky Derby Winning Press Conference

JIM MULVIHILL: Country House is the second?longest prize Kentucky Derby winner ever, paying $132.40. We're thrilled now to be joined by these first?time Kentucky Derby winners, starting, of course, with our hall of fame trainer and Churchill Downs legend Bill Mott on the far end; winning jockey, Flavien Prat. Congratulations to you.

Stewards Statement


JIM MULVIHILL: Ladies and gentlemen, we're joined now by the three stewards that were in the stand today for the running of the Kentucky Derby.