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1995 Epsom Derby

The 1995 Epsom Derby was a horse race which took place at Epsom Downs on Saturday June 10, 1995. It was the 216th running of the Derby, and it was won by Lammtarra. The winner was ridden by Walter Swinburn and trained by Saeed bin Suroor. The pre-race favourite Pennekamp finished eleventh.

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Race details

  • Sponsor: Vodafone
  • Winner's prize money: £504,500
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Number of runners: 15
  • Winner's time: 2m 32.31s (new record)

Full result

*

Horse

Jockey

Trainer

SP

1 Lammtarra Walter Swinburn Saeed bin Suroor 14/1
2 1 Tamure Frankie Dettori John Gosden 9/1
3 ¾ Presenting Cash Asmussen John Gosden 12/1
4 Fahal Richard Hills David Morley 50/1
5 shd Court of Honour Brent Thomson Peter Chapple-Hyam 66/1
6 3 Vettori Ray Cochrane Saeed bin Suroor 20/1
7 hd Riyadian Richard Quinn Paul Cole 16/1
8 nk Humbel Michael Kinane Dermot Weld (IRE) 25/1
9 7 Munwar Willie Carson Peter Walwyn 8/1
10 6 Salmon Ladder Kevin Darley Paul Cole 50/1
11 1 Pennekamp Thierry Jarnet André Fabre (FR) 11/8 fav
12 11 Korambi Michael Roberts Clive Brittain 150/1
13 nk Spectrum John Reid Peter Chapple-Hyam 5/1
14 nk Daffaq Brian Rouse Peter Walwyn 500/1
15 20 Maralinga Michael Fenton Michael Bell 200/1

* The distances between the horses are shown in lengths or shorter. shd = short-head; hd = head; nk = neck.
† Trainers are based in Great Britain unless indicated.

Winner's details

Further details of the winner, Lammtarra:

  • Foaled: February 2, 2002 in Kentucky, USA
  • Breeder: Gainsborough Farms

Form analysis

Two-year-old races

Notable runs by the future Derby participants as two-year-olds in 1994.

The road to Epsom

Early-season appearances in 1995 and trial races prior to running in the Derby.

Subsequent Group 1 wins

Group 1 / Grade I victories after running in the Derby.

References




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