Kentucky Derby 2020 Live

The Kentucky Derby is one of the most iconic sporting events in the world. Every year, millions of fans tune into NBC to watch top race horses from around the globe compete in “The Most Exciting Two Minutes In Sports.” The second leg of the American Triple Crown is finally upon us. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the Triple Crown schedule was altered.

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How to watch the 2020 Kentucky Derby
Date: Saturday, Sept. 5
Post time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Churchill Downs (Louisville, Kentucky)
TV: NBC | Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

The 2020 Kentucky Derby, which was moved from the first Saturday in May to the first Saturday in September (Sept. 5, 2:30 p.m. ET, NBC) will be the race’s 146th edition—and possibly its most unique, since Churchill Downs will be fanless and jockeys will follow strict COVID-19 precautions, among other things.

The 146th Kentucky Derby will air on Saturday, Sept. 5 starting at 2:30 p.m. ET on NBC as well as NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. Post time is set for approximately 7:01 p.m. ET.

The quick answer is 7:01 p.m. in Louisville, 6:01 p.m. in Chicago, 5:01 p.m. in the Rockies and 4:01 p.m. in the Golden State and up and down the West Coast.

This is about 10 minutes later than the usual start time, but certainly within that window.

Will there be Derby parties with suburbanites wearing crazy hats? Maybe, but probably not as many.

The timing this year gives us the opportunity to bring up one of the pressing questions of our time? Is this the last weekend you can wear white?

Well, using the extensive research of Google, you learn that the long-held belief that you shouldn’t wear white after Labor Day is no longer applicable. It seems it was an invention of the rich, who believed you should wear white only when it’s warm but not when it’s cold.

The timing this year gives us the opportunity to bring up one of the pressing questions of our time? Is this the last weekend you can wear white?

Well, using the extensive research of Google, you learn that the long-held belief that you shouldn’t wear white after Labor Day is no longer applicable. It seems it was an invention of the rich, who believed you should wear white only when it’s warm but not when it’s cold.

But this social norm seems to have gone the way of drinking only red wine with steak and white wine with chicken or fish.

In short, wear, eat and drink what you want when you want to consume or be seen in it.

That also leads us into the idea of drinking mint juleps on Kentucky Derby Day.

Well, the mint julep can be a pretty foul drink, even to those who pretend to like it, especially when served from vats at Churchill Downs. But that won’t be happening this year.

There is a reason why they do not adorn favorites with the spoils of a champion before the competition starts.

Unlikely horses or the second-or-third-best thoroughbreds in the field could emerge from the pack and upset Tiz the Law.

Honor A. P. trainer John Shirreffs noted those factors when talking about his horse’s Derby chances, per Harris.

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