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1995 Kentucky Derby

The 1995 Kentucky Derby was the 121st running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 6, 1995.[1] There were 144,110 in attendance. Winning horse Thunder Gulch was the first in Kentucky Derby history to win after starting in the number 16 post.[2]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st Thunder Gulch Gary Stevens D. Wayne Lukas Michael Tabor 2:01.27
2nd Tejano Run Jerry Bailey Ken McPeek Roy K. Monroe
3rd Timber Country Pat Day D. Wayne Lukas Gainesway Farm, R. & B. Lewis & Overbrook Farm
4th Jumron Goncalino Almeida Gary Lewis Charles W. Dunn
5th Mecke Robbie Davis Emanuel Tortora James Lewis, Jr.
6th Eltish Eddie Delahoussaye Henry Cecil Juddmonte Farms
7th Knockadoom Chris McCarron Anthony Reinstedler William K. Warren, Jr.
8th Afternoon Deelites Kent Desormeaux Richard Mandella Burt Bacharach
9th Citadeed E. Maple Richard A. Violette, Jr. Ivan Allan
10th In Character Chris Antley Bruce Jackson Baker & Farr & Jackson
11th Suave Prospect Julie Krone Nick Zito William Condren & M.H. Sherman
12th Talkin Man Mike E. Smith Roger Attfield Kinghaven Farm & H. Stollery & P. Wall
13th Dazzling Falls Garrett Gomez Chuck Turco Chateau Ridge Farm, Inc.
14th Ski Captain Yutaka Take Hideyuki Mori Shadai Racehorse Co., Ltd.
15th Jambalaya Jazz Craig Perret John T. Ward, Jr. John C. Oxley
16th Serena's Song Corey Nakatani D. Wayne Lukas Robert & Beverly Lewis
17th Pyramid Peak W. Herbert McCauley John T. Ward, Jr. John C. Oxley
18th Lake George Shane Sellers Mike Orman William Boswell & David Lavin
19th Wild Syn Randy Romero Thomas K. Arnemann Jurgen K. Arnemann.

Payout

Post Horse Win Place Show

11

Thunder Gulch

$ 51.00

24.20

12.20

10

Tejano Run

10.20

6.80

2b

Timber Country

3.80

  • $2 Exacta: (11-10) Paid $480.00

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