Epsom Derby 2019 Runners
We've compiled a list of all of this year's runners in the Epsom Derby. You can check the form of each runner, what weight they will be carrying and who the trainer and jockey are plus our own expert rating for each horse's chances.
Odds correct as of 23 August 2019 11:00. Odds subject to change.
Put up a host of decent efforts in Group company last season, but propelled into Derby picture with a taking win in the Lingfield Derby Trial. Will relish the trip at Epsom, and has to be one of the primary shots fired from the O'Brien gun. Drawn 7.
Beat Telecaster in a maiden at Doncaster in March before enhancing his claims with a win in the bet365 Classic Trial at Sandown Park. Needs to improve further to figure here. Drawn 12.
A smart two-year-old that kicked off his campaign with victory in the Group 3 Ballysax Stakes. A win last time out in the Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial shows he is one of Aidan O'Brien's leading players. Drawn 8.
Fourth in the Group 1 Vertem Futurity at Doncaster last season, but impressed when winning the Dee Stakes at Chester on his first start this campaign. One of the less talked about Aidan O'Brien runners, but has the qualities to figure in a Derby. Drawn 5.
Well beaten by Anthony Van Dyck in the Lingfield Derby Trial and looks to be making up the numbers. Drawn 3.
A winner at Salisbury on his sole start this season, this son of Noble Mission could shape into a smart performer, but this Group 1 level should prove too much for him. Drawn 9.
Won the Group 2 Beresford Stakes as a two-year-old, but failed to land a blow when fourth to Telecaster in the Dante. Is better than that York run, so isn't one you can write off easily for the O'Brien yard. Drawn 11.
A fine two-year-old campaign ended with victory in the Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf, but he has failed to kick on this season. Beaten 11 lengths by Telecaster in the Dante, so has it all to do to turn that form around in the Investec Derby. Drawn 1.
Beat Broome in a Group 2 juvenile contest last season, but has failed to get his head in front this season. Fourth in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket, this Dawn Approach colt will relish the step up in trip and has to be respected, but may find it a little hot this company. Drawn 6.
A Listed winner as a juvenile, who failed to get the better of stablemate Sir Dragonet in the Chester Vase, and appears to be one of the lesser likely Aidan O'Brien-trained winners. Drawn 10.
Unraced as a juvenile, but kicked off his career with an eye-catching win in a Tipperary maiden. Followed that up with a magnificent eight length victory over Norway in the Chester Vase and has to be one of Ballydoyle's leading contenders. Drawn 13.
Has finished behind Broome in both the Ballysax and Derrinstown this season, so will need to improve significantly to turn the form around with his stablemate, and it's hard to see him do that here. Drawn 4.
Unraced as a two-year-old, but kicked off his career with promise when second to Bangkok on debut. An emphatic win at Windsor was followed up with a gutsy success in the Dante Stakes and has to be a lively adversary to the O'Brien team. Drawn 2.