Video from the Kentucky Derby 2022

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The best two minutes in the sport. Running for roses. Whatever you call it, the Kentucky Derby 148 takes place on Saturday, and after a couple of amazing years everything returns to normal. Here are some of the videos from this year’s Kentucky derby that caught our attention. Meet the Kentucky Derby horses. There are 20 jumps. in the 148th Kentucky Derby: Mo Donegal, Happy Jack, Epicenter, Epicenter, Summer Tomorrow, Smile Happy, Monsieur, Crown Pride (JPN), Charge It, Tiz the Bomb, Zandon, Pioneer of Medina, Taiba, Simplification, Barber Road, White Abarrio, Cyberknife, Classic Causeway, Tawny Port, Zozos and Rich Strike. Watch the video above to see the horses in action. Take a closer look at the Derby trophy. One of the great traditions of the Kentucky Derby is the trophy. The most important rule regarding the Derby trophy: no one but the winner can touch it. The 14-carat solid gold trophy is made by hand, and the design dates back to 1924, since then only minor design changes. Check out this cute offer at Churchill Downs. The cameras of the WLKY sister station ended when a man decided to ask a question to his girlfriend on Friday during Kentucky Oaks 2022. See how the engagement stops! Cyberknife survivors reach for Cyberknife Cyberknife will have many fans on Saturday at Kentucky Derby 148. The horse is named after the non-invasive cancer treatment that its owner, Ella Gold, had previously undergone when he was previously diagnosed with prostate cancer. Stacey McCaslin is one of three cancer survivors who were in Churchill Downs on Thursday morning to watch Cyberknife on the track. “Of course you have to bet on (Cyberknife),” McCaslin said. “I mean, you just have to.” Derby fans are preparing to go out on the pitch. The derby day started a little earlier, as some people lined up at the gates of the inner field. The gates to Churchill Downs opened at 9 a.m. for Saturday’s race, and some fans made sure they were first in line. Alex Durham of WLKY talked to fans about derby traditions, visited Wagner’s when people took a break for breakfast and learned what people are taking on the track. The Kentucky derby starts at 18:57 Eastern Time. To see the full schedule, click here.

The best two minutes in the sport. Running for roses.

Whatever you call it, the Kentucky Derby 148 takes place on Saturday, and after a few amazing years everything is back to normal.

Here are some of the videos from this year Kentucky Derby which caught our attention.

Meet the Kentucky Derby horses

20 horses take part in the 148th Kentucky derby:

Mo Donegal, Happy Jack, Epicenter, Summer Is Tomorrow, Smile Happy, Messier, Crown Pride (JPN), Charge It, Tiz the Bomb, Zandon, Pioneer of Medina, Taiba, Simplification, Barber Road, White Abarrio, Cyberknife, Classic Causeway , Towney Port, Zozos and Rich Strike.

    Watch the video above to see the horses in action.


    Take a closer look at the Derby trophy

    One of the great traditions of the Kentucky Derby is the trophy. The biggest rule with the Derby Trophy: no one but the winner can touch it.

    The 14-carat solid gold trophy is handmade, and the design dates back to 1924, since then only minor changes have been made to the design.


    Check out this sweet offer at Churchill Downs

    The cameras of the sister radio station WLKY started working when a man decided to ask a question to his girlfriend on Friday during Kentucky Oaks 2022.

    See how the engagement stops!


    Those who have survived cancer are reaching for the Cyberknife

    There will be a lot of fans on Saturday at Kentucky Derby 148 in Cyberknife.

    The horse is named after the non-invasive cancer treatment that its owner, Ella Gold, had to undergo when he was previously diagnosed with prostate cancer.

    Stacey McCaslin is one of three cancer survivors who were in Churchill Downs on Thursday morning to look at the Cyberknife track.

    “Of course you have to bet on (Cyberknife),” McCaslin said. – I mean, you just have to.


    Derby fans are preparing to roll out into the backyard

    The derby day started a little earlier, and some people lined up at the gates of the inner field.

    The gates to Churchill Downs opened at 9 a.m. for Saturday’s race, and some fans made sure they were first in line.

    WLKY’s Alex Durham spoke to fans about derby traditions, visited Wagner’s when people took a break for breakfast and learned what people were taking on the track.


    The Kentucky derby will begin at 6:57 p.m. ET. To see the full schedule, Click here.

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