The Kentucky Derby is one of the most important horse racing events in the world. On an annual basis, avid horse racing fans across the globe tune in to their favorite channel to follow all of the spectacular moments in Kentucky Derby 2020.
The Kentucky Derby is not a long and tiring process. People have been slating it as “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports”. There will be a lot of things taking place in just 120 seconds.
The upcoming 146th edition of the event has the new date. Back then, the officials confirmed that the event would take place on Saturday, May 2. But because of the pandemic, the officials moved the date to the first Saturday of September, 5th September. Regardless, the hype has been flaming amongst the horse racing community and avid fans of it.
146th Kentucky Derby will air on Saturday, September 5 starting from 2:30 p.m. But the post time should take place at 7:01 PM ET. In this case, NBC network will be providing the content to all of the viewers. TV users can tune into NBC on their TV to watch it from the beginning. Meanwhile, the PC or laptop users could use their favorite browser and hover to NBCSports.com. Not to mention that the NBC Sports app is available for smartphone and tablet users, as well as other compatible devices.
The 146th edition of Kentucky Derby is at Churchill Downs in Louisville. However, it will be hosting the show without the real guests there. The attendees are not allowed to enter the area because of the compliance to the Covid-19 protocols.
So, you could just stick to your room and watch Kentucky Derby 2020 right through your favorite screen. Besides the Kentucky Derby, NBC will also broadcast the Kentucky Oaks, 2020 Preakness Stakes, as well as the 2020 Breeders’ Cup.
Tiz the Law is the leading horse of the Kentucky Derby 2020 which has managed to collect 372 points. These enormous points were obtained from Belmont Stakes, Florida Derby as well as Travers Stakes. Will Tiz the Law win the Kentucky Derby? Well, we won’t just know until we see it for ourselves later after the moment of truth.
Back in the 2019 Kentucky Derby, Maximum Security was the first horse to cross the finish line. But minutes later, there were disputes. Objection was called which led to the track guys to re-check and examine the race. Then folks found out that Maximum Security moved out of his lane. This strongly impacted the overall results of the race. Maximum was disqualified. And then, the runner-up Country House was moved to the first position.