Kentucky Derby 2015 Live Stream, Race Time, TV Schedule, Odds and Post Positions

Kentucky Derby 2015 Live Stream Info, Race Time, TV Schedule, Odds, Post Positions

The Kentucky Derby approaches so fast and the fans should be gearing up already. In today’s Kentucky Derby, the speed of the horses surely would be the domineering factor to watch for.

The 141st Kentucky Derby is on Saturday, May 2, a Churchill Downs. The tense and drama will absolutely arise in the most thrilling two minutes sports. While thousands of Kentucky Derby fans will flock the venue at Churchill Downs, million will watch it through their television, smartphones and even iPads.

Annually, the interest is not dying down in the Kentucky Derby. New heroes arise from the winning horse and jockey. Upsets occur and total dominance sometimes are expected.

WHEN: Saturday, May 2, 2015. 6:44 p.m. ET

WHERE: Churchill Downs, Louisville.


Gates open: 8 a.m.

Post times: Race 1 (10:30 a.m), Race 2 (11:01 a.m.), Race 3 (11:31 a.m.), Race 4 (12:04 p.m.)

Kentucky Derby post time: 6:40 p.m.

Kentucky Derby race time: 6:44 p.m.


Kentucky Derby prep, NBC Sports Network, 12:00-4:00 p.m.

Kentucky Derby coverage, NBC, 4:00-7:30 p.m. Extra app.

2015 Kentucky Derby Post Position and Odds

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Forbes analysis on the top two contenders:

1) Ocho Ocho Ocho. Longshot drew the dreaded post #1, which means he’s likely to be trapped inside when the other 19 horses in the race break to his right. He’s done his best running on the lead, which means that jockey Elvis Trujillo will have to gun him from the get-go, seldom a strategy for Derby success. This son of 2007 Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense is owned by DP Racing and trained by James Cassidy. Morning line odds: 50-1

2) Carpe Diem. A winner of four of five career races, this $1.6 million purchase wasn’t done any favors by the draw, either, as he’s another speedy sort who likes to be near the front. One of four entrants by Todd Pletcher, the 7-time Eclipse Award winner for outstanding trainer, he’s owned by Stonestreet Stables, which campaigned Horses of the Year Rachel Alexandra and Curlin, the latter of which finished third in the 2007 Derby. Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez rides. Morning line odds: 8-1

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