Quick Answer: Who Won The 2018 Kentucky Derby?

Who won Triple Crown 2018?

Triple Crown Winners

1977Seattle Slew
2015American Pharoah

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What horse won the Kentucky Derby in 2018?

Justify wins 2018 Kentucky Derby – full results list. Justify won the 144th running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, leading the pack of 20 horses through the mud at Churchill Downs. The 2-year-old colt was the favorite going into the race. His trainer Bob Baffert has now won his fifth Kentucky Derby.

Who won Kentucky Derby 2019 results?

Country House

Who won the 143rd Kentucky Derby?

John Velazquez

Who is the fastest horse of all time?


What horse number won the Kentucky Derby?

2019 Kentucky Derby

Kentucky Derby
Grade I stakes race
DateMay 4, 2019
Winning horseCountry House (by disqualification)
Winning time2:03.93

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What horse won the last Kentucky Derby?

Bob Baffert leads active Kentucky Derby trainers with 4 victories. Baffert’s most recent Derby victory was with American Pharoah in 2015.

Who won the Kentucky Derby in 2019?

Country House

Who was the fastest horse of all time?

Secretariat Secretariat

What race is the Kentucky Derby 2019?

Undercard races will start on Friday at 10:30 a.m. ET, but coverage will run from 12-3 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Live event coverage from the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs will take place on Saturday with a post time of 6:50 p.m. ET. The complete Kentucky Derby schedule can be found here.

Who won the Derby?

Country House

Who won the Triple Crown in 2018?


1977Seattle SlewJean Cruguet
1978AffirmedSteve Cauthen
2015American PharoahVictor Espinoza
2018JustifyMike Smith

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How many races are in the Kentucky Derby?

The 20 horses racing in the Kentucky Derby must first travel along the Road to the Kentucky Derby, which is a series of 35 races taking place at tracks across the country and the world.

What race number is the Kentucky Oaks?

The race currently covers 1 1⁄8 miles (1,800 m) at Churchill Downs; the horses carry 121 pounds (55 kg). The Kentucky Oaks is held on the Friday before the Kentucky Derby each year. The winner gets $750,000 of the $1,250,000 purse and a large garland of lilies, affectionately called the “Lillies for the Fillies.”