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1992 Kentucky Derby

The 1992 Kentucky Derby was the 118th running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 2, 1992.[1] There were 132,543 in attendance. The eighth place finish of odds-on favorite Arazi was the worst finish of a betting favorite in Derby history.[2]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st Lil E. Tee Pat Day W. Cal Partee 2:03:04
2nd Casual Lies Gary Stevens Shelley L. Riley
3rd Dance Floor Chris Antley Oaktown Stable
4th Conte Di Savoya Shane Sellers Jaime S. Carrion
5th Pine Bluff Craig Perret Loblolly Stable
6th Al Sabin Corey Nakatani Calumet Farm
7th Dr Devious Chris McCarron Sidney H. Craig
8th Arazi P. Valenzuela A. Paulson & Sheikh Mohammed
9th My Luck Runs North R. Lopez Melvin A. Benitez
10th Technology Jerry Bailey Scott Savin
11th West by West J. Samyn John Peace
12th Devil His Due Mike E. Smith Lion Crest Stable
13th Thyer C. Roche Maktoum al Maktoum
14th Ecstatic Ride Julie Krone DanDar Farm & Joan Rich
15th Sir Pinder Randy Romero James Lewis, Jr.
16th Pistols and Roses J. Vasquez Willis Family Stables
17th Snappy Landing John Velazquez Frederick McNeary
18th Disposal Alex Solis Bramble Farm

Payout

Post Horse Win Place Show

7

Lil E. Tee

$ 35.60

12.20

7.60

3

Casual Lies

22.20

11.60

1a

Dance Floor

12.60

References




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