Churchill Downs Racecourse Betting Odds

There are several famous racetracks in the United States of America and that includes Churchill Downs Racecourse. This US racecourse is located in Louisville, Kentucky, with this racetrack having been hosting US horse racing meetings since 1875.

You can enjoy lots of Churchill Downs betting opportunities, with the Kentucky Derby taking pride of place, while the Kentucky Oaks, Woodford Reserve Classic, Stephen Foster Handicap and Clark Handicap among the races where punters can enjoy the chance to enjoy a racing bet on the action.

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How Do You Place Racing Bets on Churchill Downs?

There are a wide range of horse racing betting sites that offer customers the chance to bet on the Churchill Downs racecards. You will need to be a registered betting customer with a sportsbook and you can then go into the US horse racing section and find out what races are available for betting.

There is usually the choice to bet on the race winner along with place betting, while many customers will give you the chance to bet on the forecast or the tricast, with multiple options also being available.

What Are the Biggest Horse Races at Churchill Downs?

The Kentucky Derby is part of the US horse racing Triple Crown, with this taking place on the first Saturday of May. This is run over 1.25 miles, with the leading thoroughbred horses lining up on the left-handed track and we see lots of three-year-olds putting an unbeaten record on the line.

The Kentucky Derby was inaugurated in 1875 and Medina was the winner of the race in 2021, with Justify, Country House and Authentic among the other recent victors. There is also the Kentucky Oaks where three-year-old fillies battle it out for major honours.

You can enjoy Turf Classic Stakes betting odds and this is another high-profile Churchill Downs race, with a purse of $1,000,000 available and there was famously a dead heat in 2021 when Colonel Liam and Domestic Spending ended up tying for first place.