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Genuine Risk, one of only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby, died on Aug. 18 at the age of 31. Relive her crowning glory here and watch as she set the racing world aflame in 1980 with her victory in the Run for the Roses.

Kentucky Derby Winner Genuine Risk Dies

Genuine Risk, one of only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby, died on Monday at the age of 31.  Relive her crowning glory here and watch as she set the racing world aflame in 1980 with her victory in the Run for the Roses.
 

Champion Curlin Departs Churchill Downs For New York And Turf Date In Grade I Man O' War

 

Genuine Devotion Goes Wire To Wire In Locust Grove Handicap

(July 6, 2008) – James Barry’s Genuine Devotion took the lead out of the gate under Alan Garcia and then held off a late bid from Pin Oak Stable’s Brownie Points by a half-length to win the 27th running of the $171,750 Locust Grove Handicap (GIII) for fillies and mares at a mile on the Matt Winn Turf Course at Churchill Down

Screen Your Friend’s Bashford Manor Win Gives Borel Milestone

Calvin Borel became the 34th jockey in North American racing to reach the 4,500-win plateau when he guided William Carl’s Screen Your Friend to a 1 ¼-length victory over a fast-closing Lyin’ Heart in the 107th running of the $164,550 Bashford Manor Stakes (GIII) for 2-year-olds at Churchill Downs. 

$4,232 Pick 6 Carryover for Sunday At Churchill Downs

(July 5, 2008) There’s a $4,232 Pick 6 carryover for Sunday’s 11-race program at Churchill Downs after no one had the perfect sequence Saturday. 

Thorn Song Sticks Einstein In Firecracker At Churchill Downs

(July 4, 2008) – Thorn Song led every step of the away and upset odds-on favorite Einstein by one length in Friday’s $213,250 Firecracker Handicap (Grade II) at Churchill Downs.

$10,665 Pick 6 Carryover on Friday at Churchill Downs

There’s a $10,664.79 Pick 6 carryover for Friday’s 11-race program at Churchill Downs after no one had the perfect sequence Thursday. 

Vanquisher Vanquishes Turf Foes at Churchill Downs

Kinsman Stable’s Vanquisher made his Churchill Downs turf debut a successful one by rallying to collar pace-setting Petion Station just yards from the finish line to win Thursday afternoon’s $47,400 main attraction for 3-year-olds and up by a neck.

Graded Stakes Winners Head Churchill's Closing-Day Locust Grove 'Cap

Three graded stakes winners – Brownie Points, Bayou’s Lassie and Meribel – headline a field of 10 entered Thursday for the 27th running of the $150,000-added Locust Grove Handicap (Grade III), a one-mile event on the Matt Winn Turf Course for fillies and mares and the centerpiece of Sunday’s closing day card of the 52-day Spring Meet at Churchill Downs.