Who will start from the rail, who will break from the auxiliary gate and who will try to become the first winner from the No. 17 position?
Find out live when the Courier Journal shares the 2019 Kentucky Derby post position draw show right here.
Churchill Downs track announcer Travis Stone will host the event, set to begin 11 a.m. Tuesday. As many as four horses can enter the field as also-eligible horses in addition to the 20 horses with confirmed spots. Those also-eligibles could be drawn into the field if one of the 20 scratches from the race before 9 a.m. Friday.
Kentucky Derby 2019: Check out the post position draw, jockeys, odds
Read this: Get to know the 20 horses in the field
How to stream the Derby draw show
The Courier Journal will share the livestream at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
How to watch on TV
Tuesday’s draw will be televised live in Louisville by WAVE-3.
The Kentucky Derby draw schedule
11:03-11:06 a.m. – Introduction
11:06-11:12 a.m. – Pill pull for 1-10
11:12-11:14 a.m. – Brief interlude
11:14-11:21 a.m. – Pill pull for 11-20
11:21-11:23 a.m. – Brief interlude
11:23-11:26 a.m. – Morning-line odds by Mike Battaglia
Analysis: Tune in at 1 p.m. to hear from our horse racing reporters
The Courier Journal will go live at 1 p.m. from Churchill Downs with horse racing reporters Jason Frakes and Gentry Estes to talk about the post position draw. Tune in here, or visit facebook.com/courierjournal to ask Jason and Gentry your questions.