Virtual Kentucky Derby Betting Odds

In the latest horse racing news Churchill Downs has announced Virtual Kentucky Derby betting odds online. Churchill Downs plans to host a Virtual Kentucky Derby on May 2nd, 2020. Will you watch? Will you bet?

Firstly, the Kentucky Derby usually takes place on the first Saturday in May. However, this year, the Derby has been postponed until September because of the coronavirus. As we are all aware.

Secondly, despite the fact that the race will not occur on its traditional day. Horse racing fans still have something to look forward to on May 2. This is because Churchill Downs recently announced plans to celebrate the Derby’s traditional date by hosting a day-long at-home Derby party. This to raise $2 million for COVID-19 emergency relief efforts. The race will be for charity.

“For many fans around the country, the first Saturday in May has become a part of their family’s yearly traditions.,” said Kevin Flanery, president of Churchill Downs Racetrack. “While we eagerly look forward to the 146th Kentucky Derby this year on the first Saturday in September, we will celebrate the annual excitement of our traditional date with our fans and community by offering ways for us to join together for a great cause. Our fans will be captivated by the realistic view of the virtual race and we can debate, as we do each year, our favorite to win.”

How to Place Virtual Kentucky Derby Betting Wagers

Virtual Kentucky Derby Betting Odds

Fans can tune into NBC from 3-6 p.m. ET to catch a replay of the 2015 Kentucky Derby. The race that kicked off American Pharoah’s historic Triple Crown run. The NBC broadcast will also highlight Churchill Downs’ first ever virtual horse race. The Kentucky Derby: Triple Crown Showdown, a computer-simulated version of a race under the historic Twin Spires, for instance.

The virtual race will feature the last 13 Triple Crown winners. Also, use data algorithms including historical handicapping information about each horse, which helps to determine the probability of their potential finishing positions.

“The anticipation of which Triple Crown winner will emerge as the ultimate champion is thrilling,” said Bill Carstanjen, CEO of Churchill Downs Incorporated, “but most importantly, we are proud to use this platform as a force for good by raising money for these worthy COVID-19 emergency initiatives. We urge fans to join us by donating and celebrating with us from home.”

April 27, 2020 by : Posted in online No Comments

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