Kentucky Derby Day 2021 is on Monday, May 3, 2021: what is derby day?
Monday, May 3, 2021 is Kentucky Derby Day 2021. Kentucky Derby on NBC to be most social horse racing event ever ... today's Kentucky Derby the
Derby day refers to the Kentucky Derby that is run each year on the first Saturday of May at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. It is a horse race, a stakes race to be exact, and the first of the three races which make up what is known as the Triple Crown in Thoroughbred racing. The Derby is the most famous of the Triple Crown races, but it is not the oldest- that honor goes to the Belmont Stakes, the last of the 3 races. The Derby, like all the Triple Crown races, is limited to horses that have reached their third birthday and who have won a certain amount of money in the preparatory races that precede the series. The Derby is open to both males and females,though only 3 fillies ( female horses under age 4) have ever won the Derby. Oklahoma has tracks- and those tracks have similcasting on Derby day- so come out and watch the race on Saturday if you can. You'll love it- most people who see the race usually do.
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So I'm so excited for the Kentucky Derby. See you there guys...
Racing at Churchill Downs occurs in two meets. The spring meet starts one week before the Derby and continues until early July. The Kentucky Derby is held the first Saturday in May and the Kentucky Oaks is run on Friday, the day before the Derby. A fall meet picks up in late October and closes Thanksgiving weekend in late November.
In addition to the track, clubhouse and stables, Churchill Downs also contains the Kentucky Derby Museum which focuses on the history of the Kentucky Derby and Churchill Downs. The museum also contains a number of exhibits exploring the training and racing of thoroughbred horses. It includes a 360-degree cinema that shows the short film "The Greatest Race," a documentary about the Kentucky Derby. The museum is open year-round.