Who is the winningest jockey in the Kentucky Derby?

Who is the winningest jockey in the Kentucky Derby?

Eddie Arcaro

Who was the winning jockey in the Kentucky Derby 2021?

John Velazquez

What horse and jockey won the Kentucky Derby?

Medina Spirit

Why did a horse get disqualified?

Maximum Security was disqualified from winning the 2019 Kentucky Derby for dangerously impeding the paths of others, but the last time a horse was dethroned for a prohibited substance was Dancer’s Image in 1968.

Who was the jockey for maximum security?

Luis Saez

Who owns Maximum Security?

Maximum Security (horse)

Maximum Security
Breeder Gary and Mary West
Owner Gary and Mary West West, West, Magnier, Tabor and Smith (2020)
Trainer Jason Servis (2018–March 2020) Bob Baffert
Record 14: 10–2–0

How much was authentic horse?

Authentic was the fourth foal out of Flawless and her third winner. In September 2018 when he was a yearling, Authentic was consigned to the Keeneland Sales and was bought for $350,000 by representatives of SF Bloodstock and Starlight West.

What happened to maximum security the horse?

Champion Maximum Security has been retired from racing and is now available for inspection at Ashford Stud where he will stand for 2021.

Where is country house the horse?

Country House will begin his career as a stallion at Darby Dan Farm in Lexington, Kentucky in 2021 for a fee of $7,500.

Who owns Kentucky Derby winner?


Year Winner Owner
2021 Medina Spirit Zedan Racing Stables
2020 Authentic Spendthrift Farm LLC, MyRaceHorse Stable, Madaket Stables LLC, Starlight Racing
2019 Country House Mrs. J.V. Shields Jr., E. J. M. McFadden Jr. and LNJ Foxwoods
2018 Justify China Horse Club, Head of Plains Partners, Starlight Racing, WinStar Farm

What was country house odds?

Given the stunning nature of Country House’s victory, at the second-highest odds ever (behind only Donerail at 91-1, in 1913), and the postponement of this year’s race to Sept. 5, he has acquired a unique historical niche.

Who was the last long shot to win the Kentucky Derby?

Giacomo, ridden by Mike E. Smith won the 2005 Kentucky Derby in a time of 2:02.75. At odds of 50–1, Giacomo stands as tied, with Mine That Bird in 2009, for the third-biggest longshot ever to win the Derby, trailing only Donerail, who went off at 91–1 in 1913 and Country House (horse), at 65-1 in 2019.

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