Kentucky Derby 2024 live updates: Time, TV, odds, results and more from Churchill Downs

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The most exciting two minutes in sports is here as the Kentucky Derby celebrates the 150th Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs on Saturday.

The first leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown is the premier event during a day that includes 14 races and plenty of fanfare, including outrageous hats, tasty mint juleps and celebrities galore.

The current favorites among this year’s 20-horse field are Sierra Leone and Fierceness, which is jockeyed by three-time Kentucky Derby winner John Velazquez. Both horses are Kentucky natives.

USA TODAY Sports will provide the latest from Churchill Downs. Follow along.

Kentucky Derby start time

Post time for the 150th running of the Kentucky Derby is 6:57 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 4.

Kentucky Derby TV coverage

The Kentucky Derby will be broadcast live on NBC, with coverage starting at 2:30 p.m. ET.

Kentucky Derby live stream

For cord-cutters, the Kentucky Derby can be streamed on Peacock and Fubo.

Kentucky Derby field, odds

Post positions were drawn Saturday for the race. Here’s where each horse will start, in addition to the horse’s trainer, jockey and odds, according to BetMGM.

Here’s where each horse landed, in addition to the horse’s trainer, jockey and odds:

  • 1. Dornoch, Danny Gargan, Luis Saez, 20-1

  • 2. Sierra Leone, Chad Brown, Tyler Gaffalione, 3-1

  • 3. Mystik Dan, Kenny McPeek, Brian Hernandez Jr., 20-1

  • 4. Catching Freedom, Brad Cox, Flavien Prat, 8-1

  • 5. Catalytic, Saffie Joseph Jr., José Ortiz, 30-1

  • 6. Just Steel, D. Wayne Lukas, Keith Asmussen, 20-1

  • 7. Honor Marie, Whit Beckman, Ben Curtis, 20-1

  • 8. Just a Touch, Brad Cox, Florent Geroux, 10-1

  • 9. T O Password, Daisuke Takayanagi, Kazushi Kimura, 30-1

  • 10. Forever Young, Yoshito Yahagi, Ryusei Sakai, 10-1

  • 11. Track Phantom, Steve Asmussen, Joel Rosario, 20-1

  • 12. West Saratoga, Larry Demeritte, Jesús Castañón, 50-1

  • 13. Endlessly, Michael McCarthy, Umberto Rispoli, 30-1

  • 14. Domestic Product, Chad Brown, Irad Ortiz Jr., 30-1

  • 15. Grand Mo the First, Victor Barboza Jr., Emisael Jaramillo, 50-1

  • 16. Fierceness, Todd Pletcher, John Velazquez, 5-2

  • 17. Stronghold, Phil D’Amato, Antonio Fresu, 20-1

  • 18. Resilience, Bill Mott, Junior Alvarado, 20-1

  • 19. Society Man, Danny Gargan, Frankie Dettori, 50-1

  • 20. Epic Ride, John Ennis, Adam Beschizza, 30-1

Epic Ride replaces Encino, which was officially scratched Tuesday. Mugatu is also eligible if another competitor scratches.

Where is the Kentucky Derby held? 

Churchill Downs in located in Louisville, Kentucky. It opened in 1875 and has hosted the Kentucky Derby ever since.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Kentucky Derby 2024 live updates: Time, odds, how to watch and results

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