These sites have information about the Triple Crown that is not specific to any one race. In 2015, the Kentucky Derby is on May 2, the Preakness on May 16, and the Belmont Stakes on June 6. You may also want to check the Triple Crown section for info that pertains to all three races.
2017 Belmont Stakes Contenders - Who will go to the Belmont Stakes? Always Dreaming is out and it is still up in the air for Cloud Computing, but Classic Empire will be there. See who is considering a trip to New York for June 10th.
Cloud Computing wins the Preakness (G1) - Cloud Computing pressed the pace and got up to win the 2017 Preakness (G1) by a head over Classic Empire with Senior Investment third. Favorite Always Dreaming faded to 8th. Get the results, chart, and photos here.
Always Dreaming romps in the 2017 Kentucky Derby (G1) - Favorite Always Dreaming led most of the way to win the Kentucky Derby (G1) by 2 3/4 lengths in the slop at Churchill Downs on Saturday. Longshots Lookin at Lee and Battle of Midway finished second and third. Get the results, chart, and photos here.
The 2017 Kentucky Derby Field - Check out a photo of each horse on Derby day from either the walk-over, the post parade, or after the race. Includes links to their profiles and where they finished in the race.
Kentucky Derby Undercard Stakes Results - There were 6 other stakes on the card today with the Derby, including the Woodford Reserve Turf Classic (G1) won by Divisidero, the Humana Distaff (G1) won by Paulassilverlining, the Churchill Distaff Turf Mile (G2) won by Roca Rojo, the Churchill Downs Stakes (G2) won by Limousine Liberal, the American Turf (G2) won by Arklow, and the Pat Day Mile (G3) won by Wild Shot. Get the results, charts, and photos here.
Abel Tasman wins the 2017 Kentucky Oaks (G1) - Abel Tasman came from last early on to win the Kentucky Oaks (G1) by 1 1/4 lengths in the slop at Churchill Downs on Friday. Daddys Lil Darling was second and Lockdown was 3rd while favorite Paradise Woods faded to 11th. Get the results, chart, and photos here.
Kentucky Oaks Undercard Stakes Results - There were 5 other stakes on the card today with the Oaks, including the La Troienne (G1) won by Big World, the Alysheba (G2) won by Bird Song, the Eight Belles (G2) won by Benner Island, the Twin Spires Turf Sprint (G3) won by Green Mask, and the Edgewood Stakes (G3) won by La Coronel. Get the results, charts, and photos here.
2017 Kentucky Derby Entrie - A field of 20 plus 2 also-eligibles was drawn for the 143rd Kentucky Derby on Saturday. Classic Empire is the favorite at 4-1 and drew post 14. McCraken (15) and Always Dreaming (5) are the co-second choices at 5-1. Get the horses, posts, morning line odds, and free past performances here.
2017 Kentucky Oaks Entries - A field of 14 plus one also-eligible was entered with Paradise Woods from post 4 as the 5-2 favorite.
Thursday Kentucky Derby Photos - Get photos and notes for 16 Derby and 7 Oaks horses from a wet and cool Thursday morning, including Girvin for the first time plus Classic Empire and McCraken.
Wednesday Kentucky Derby Photos - Get photos and notes for 20 Derby and 9 Oaks horses from Wednesday morning or schooling in the paddock, including Always Dreaming, Classic Empire, and McCraken.
Tuesday Kentucky Derby Photos - Get photos and notes for 14 Derby and 10 Oaks horses from Tuesday morning or schooling in the paddock, including Classic Empire and McCraken. Bonus horse: American Cleopatra, Pharoah's little sister.
Kentucky Derby Notes for 4/27 - Lots of horses galloped, but the only timed work was Oaks contender Miss Sky Warrior who went 4 furlongs in 49.20. Quite a few contenders are scheduled to work tomorrow including Always Dreaming. Check out comments and photos for the Derby and Oaks horses plus probable starters, arrival times, barn lists, and possible entries for the undercard stakes. Previous: 4/15, 4/16, 4/17 & 18, 4/21, 4/22, 4/23, 4/24, 4/25, 4/26
Kentucky Derby Winners and Auction Prices - Bigger may seem better, but in the case of Kentucky Derby horses who sold at auction, less is more. Here is a look at how (badly) high priced auction purchases have done in the Kentucky Derby
Review: Triple Crown Handicapper 2017 - by Jim Mazur. Includes lots of stats for all 3 races and explains how to use a system of statistically derived negative angles to eliminate the "bad" picks. Revamped for 2017 with updated info.