As I’ve covered in previous posts, this year’s Derby has no clear-cut number one. Sure, the leaderboard displays the top four horses, but each of them have a chance at the Run for the Roses. the most recent upset was Hence, handing unbeaten Conquest Mo Money his first loss.
— BloodHorse (@BloodHorse) March 27, 2017
Here’s the finish for the Sunland Park Derby! Hence, Conquest Mo Money. Photo finish for 3rd for Hedge Fund. pic.twitter.com/K7sjORCcWR
— NewsChannel9 El Paso (@NC9) March 26, 2017
— Kentucky Derby (@KentuckyDerby) March 27, 2017
The Road to the Derby leaderboard has changed drastically in a week. Because of this, it’s fair to assume that this year’s Triple Crown series will be one of the most entertaining, hard-fought races we’ve watched in a long time.