Churchill Downs Selections, Day 21–Saturday, May 29, 2021

Spanish Loveaffair
Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, Michael Hernon, and Gary Barber’s Spanish Loveaffair is the 5-2 morning line favorite for the $150,000 Regret Stakes (G3T) on Saturday, May 29 at Churchill Downs. Gulfstream Park Photo

Steam–$73,634 carryover in late Pick 5!–Churchill Downs Day 21, Saturday, May 29, 2021: BUY PICKS ($3)

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Louisville, Kentucky updated forecast

Seven Stakes On Stephen Foster Preview Day

Fulsome
Juddmonte Farm’s Fulsome will try to earn his third consecutive win in the $150,000 Matt Winn Stakes (G3) on May 29 at Churchill Downs. Coady Photography

An 11-race program featuring seven stakes races is on tap at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 29–“Stephen Foster Preview Day” at the historic Louisville, Ky. racetrack.

The black type events begin in the fifth race with the $150,000 Audubon Stakes and continue though the the 11th race, in order, with the $150,000 Blame Stakes, the $150,000 Shawnee Stakes, the $150,000 Regret Stakes (G3T), the $150,000 Matt Winn Stakes (G3), the $150,000 Aristides Stakes, and the $110,000 Douglas Park Stakes.

Mandatory Payout In Derby City 6 On Saturday

20 days into the 2021 Spring Meet in South Louisville, Steam‘s top picks are winning at a 25¬†percent clip and have finished in the money 56 percent¬†of the time.

Post time for the first of 11 races at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 29 is 12:45 P.M. (Eastern). Additionally, there is a $150,655 carryover with a mandatory payout in the 20-cent Derby City 6 (races 6-11, 3:18 P.M. (Eastern) post time), a $73,634 carryover in the 50-cent late Pick 5 (races 7-11, 3:50 P.M. (Eastern) post time), and a $5,377 carryover in the $1 Super Hi-5 (11th race, 5:58 P.M. (Eastern) post time).

Steam–$73,634 carryover in late Pick 5!–Churchill Downs Day 21, Saturday, May 29, 2021: BUY PICKS ($3)

Check out the Friday, May 28th edition

Louisville, Kentucky updated forecast

Racing will be conducted at Churchill Downs this spring with limited spectators, in accordance with guidelines set forth by the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the federal government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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