Post time: Saturday at p. Good luck! Hoppert: A misstep in the Louisiana Derby resulted in a ninth-place finish, and the No.
Favorite Omaha Beach was scratched because of a breathing problem Wednesday night, opening up the field.
Improbable and Roadster were installed as the co-second choices at , giving five-time Derby-winning trainer Bob Baffert the top three choices in the horse field. You can watch it all live at home or on the go via NBC Live.
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