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1994 Kentucky Derby

The 1994 Kentucky Derby was the 120th running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 7, 1994.[1] There were 130,594 in attendance. Rain made this the first sloppy track since 1948.[2]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st Go for Gin Chris McCarron Nick Zito W.J. Condren & J.M. Cornacchia 2:03:72
2nd Strodes Creek Eddie Delahoussaye Charles Whittingham Hancock, Rose Hill Stable, Whittingham
3rd Blumin Affair Jerry Bailey Jack C. Van Berg Leroy Bowman & Arthur Vogel
4th Brocco Gary Stevens Randy Winick Albert & Dana Broccoli
5th Soul of the Matter Kent Desormeaux Richard Mandella Burt Bacharach
6th Tabasco Cat Pat Day D. Wayne Lukas Overbrook Farm & D.P. Reynolds
7th Southern Rhythm Garrett Gomez James O. Keefer Heiligbrodt, Keefer, New
8th Powis Castle Chris Antley Rodney Rash Vista Stable
9th Mahogany Hall Willie Martinez James E. Baker Robert Hoeweler
10th Smilin Singin Sam Larry Melancon Niall M. O'Callaghan Dogwood Stable
11th Meadow Flight Shane Sellers James Ryerson Ben J. Aliyuee Stables
12th Holy Bull Mike E. Smith Warren A. Croll, Jr. Warren A. Croll, Jr.
13th Valiant Nature Laffit Pincay, Jr. Ronald McAnally Verne H. Winchell
14th Ulises Jorge Chavez Alfredo Callejas Robert Perez


Post Horse Win Place Show


Go for Gin

$ 20.20




Strodes Creek




Blumin Affair


  • $2 Exacta: (6-5) Paid $184.80



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