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1998 Kentucky Derby

The 1998 Kentucky Derby was the 124th running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 2, 1998.[1]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st 2 Real Quiet Kent Desormeaux Bob Baffert Mike Pegram 2:02.38
2nd 12 Victory Gallop Alex Solis W. Elliot Walden Prestonwood Farm, Inc.
3rd 7 Indian Charlie Gary Stevens Bob Baffert Hal Earnhardt & John R. Gaines Racing LLC
4th 3 Halory Hunter Corey Nakatani Nick Zito Celtic Pride Stable
5th 10 Cape Town Jerry Bailey D. Wayne Lukas Overbrook Farm
6th 9 Parade Ground Shane Sellers Neil Howard W.S. Farish & Stephen Hilbert
7th 5 Hanuman Highway David Flores Kathy Walsh Budget Stable
8th 6 Favorite Trick Pat Day Bill Mott Joseph LaCombe
9th 1 Nationalore Goncalino Almeida Myung Kwon Cho Myung Kwon Cho
10th 13 Old Trieste Robby Albarado Mike Puype Cobra Farms, Inc.
11th 4 Chilito Gary Boulanger H. Graham Motion Lazy Lane Farms, Inc.
12th 15 Robinwould Earlie Fires Jerry Calvin Dee & William Davenport
13th 11 Artax Chris McCarron Randy Bradshaw Paraneck Stable
14th 8 Rock and Roll F. Torres Bill Mott Jenny Craig & Madeleine Paulson
15th 14 Basic Trainee John Velazquez Jorge Romero Luis A. Gambotto & Enrique Ocejo


Post Horse Win Place Show


Real Quiet

$ 18.80




Victory Gallop




Indian Charlie


  • $2 Exacta: (2-12) Paid $291.80



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