Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Classic Kentucky Derby
ESPN Classic celebrates the Kentucky Derby with a look back at some of the most memorable moments, horses and jockeys in racing's premiere event.
Q & A with Jerry Bailey
Chat Wrap: "Seabiscuit" author Laura Hillenbrand discusses her best-selling book and the Derby
Audio: Curt Gowdy on the Kentucky Derby
Kentucky Derby entry Corker is walked around the paddock at Churchill Downs before the 122nd running of the Kentucky Derby.
Friday's Kentucky Derby Road Show Schedule
All times Eastern
Kentucky Derby Road Show Live
5 p.m. -
Thoroughbred Classics: Kentucky Derby
6:30 p.m. -
Up Close Classics: D. Wayne Kukas
8 p.m. -
Murray: Qualifying for the Derby
Classic sportswriter Jim Murray wrote that horses And people should have to qualify for the Derby.
Classic Derby moments
ESPN Classic looks back at seven great moments in Kentucky Derby history.
Secretariat remains No. 1 name in racing
The true measure of Secretariat's greatness was his performances in big races. Secretariat started 21 times and won 16, including the 1973 Triple Crown.
Citation was born to run
Citation, racing's first millionaire horse, won the Triple Crown in 1948.
ESPN.com's Kentucky Derby coverage
Check out ESPN.com's coverage of the 2001 Kentucky Derby
Seattle Slew exceeded expectation
Seattle Slew is the only horse in history to make it through the Triple Crown undefeated.
Affirmed and Alydar was racing's greatest rivalry
Affirmed and Alydar battled frequently, with much at stake and little separating them.
Arcaro was 'Master' of Triple Crown
In a span of 18 years, Eddie Arcaro, known as "The Master," rode a record 17 winners in Triple Crown races.
Shoemaker had grip on racing
In 42 years of racing, Bill Shoemaker used his "soft hands" to guide 11 Triple Crown winners, 1,009 stakes race winners and win 10 national money titles.
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