How to Handicap the 145th Running of the Kentucky Derby

How to Handicap the 145th Running of the Kentucky Derby

The 145th Kentucky Derby, American horse racing's biggest event, will be run Saturday. The "Run for the Roses" brings together the top horses, along with the top gamblers and breeders. With millions of dollars at stake, Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal ...
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