2019 Kentucky Derby field: Post position draw, odds, entries, jockeys
Post positions, odds and entries for the full field for the 2019 Kentucky Derby set for Saturday, May 4, at Churchill Downs in Louisville.
The 2019 Kentucky Derby might have had one of the most controversial endings in recent sports history.
It looked like Maximum Security had grabbed the title by a few inches before authorities on the scene at Churchill Downs decided to go to review. Upon further review, Maximum Security was disqualified with Country House grabbing the win.
After an inquiry ruling, 65-1 Country House is the winner of the Kentucky Derby.— Kentucky Derby (@KentuckyDerby)
Understanding full well the controversial ending, the New Orleans Saints decided to troll the Kentucky Derby. It’s all sorts of grand.
Earnhardt Jr. added to NBC Sports' Kentucky Derby team
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s role with NBC Sports continues to expand as the retired NASCAR driver will be part of the network's Kentucky Derby broadcast team. Earnhardt will also be part of the Indianapolis 500 coverage later this month.
— New Orleans Saints (@Saints)
Unlike the NFL, horse racing does call for reviews of penalties. If this had existed on the football field, the Saints might very well be reigning Super Bowl champions.
We know full wellbetween the Saints and Los Angeles Rams went down.
It’s in this that the Saints’ troll job is one of epic proportions. Great job.
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Maximum Security owners evaluating legal options after Kentucky Derby disqualification.
Maximum Security owners evaluating legal options after Kentucky Derby disqualification