Kentucky Derby Will Have Fans!

The Kentucky Derby will have fans in the stands under a strict set of guidelines when the annual Run for the Roses returns on September 5th at Churchill Downs.

"After consultation with Gov. Andy Beshear and state public health officials," officials determined the 146th edition of the Run for the Roses will take place with spectators "under strict guidelines," Churchill Downs announced.

This is another step back in the right direction as sports return following the coronavirus pandemic and I couldn't be more pumped. Our Kentucky Derby experience last year was one of the coolest sporting events I've witnessed aside from the fucking hurricane level rain storm.

This fall is going to be absolute bananas with the amount of sports. MLB. NFL. College Football. NHL. NBA. Masters. Kentucky Derby. The list goes on and on. Let's just hope it's as profitable on the pocket books when we go up to the betting window.

Speaking of which, let's take a look at the early betting favorites for the Kentucky Derby.

Tiz the Law (5/2) is the favorite after breezing to a victory at the Belmont Stakes. Honor A.P. (7/2) fell behind Tiz the Law after skipping the Belmont. Authentic, trained by Bob Baffert is 5/1.

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