Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the famous horse race at Churchill Downs is happening this weekend instead of in May.
Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic and its domino effect of disruption, the world’s most-anticipated horse race is late on arrival. Normally, the Kentucky Derby takes place in May, but COVID-related delays forced racing officials to get creative, and so all the action will happen today (Saturday, September 5), on Labor Day Weekend.
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