2020 Kentucky Derby: Date, Time, TV Schedule, 2019 Results

How to watch the 2020 Kentucky Derby

The 2020 Kentucky Derby is scheduled for Saturday, September 5 due to ongoing precautions for the coronavirus outbreak. Churchill Downs was originally going to hold the 146th Run on Saturday.

It is still scheduled to air at 3 pm ET on NBC and will available to stream on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app.

This is the first time since 1945 that the Derby hasn’t been run on the first Saturday in May and the third time in history that the race hasn’t been run in the month of May.

“We believe that moving our iconic event to Labor Day Weekend this year will enable our country to have time to contain the spread of coronavirus,” Churchill Downs Inc. CEO Bill Carstanjen said. “This will also provide our guests more time to reschedule their travel and hotel arrangements so they can attend.”

The Kentucky Oaks will be run on Friday, September 4 instead of Friday, May 1.

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KENTUCKY DERBY SCHEDULE

KENTUCKY OAKS RACE

Friday, September 4th

TBD

146TH KENTUCKY DERBY

Saturday, September 5th

3 P.M. ET

2019 Kentucky Derby Winner

5:09

Country House wins Derby after Maximum Security DQ

After Maximum Security is disqualified, Country House wins the 2019 Kentucky Derby.

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146TH KENTUCKY DERBY

Saturday, September 5th

145TH PREAKNESS STAKES

Saturday, October 3rd