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1999 Kentucky Derby

The 1999 Kentucky Derby was the 125th running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 1, 1999.[1] There were 151,051 in attendance.[2]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st 11 Charismatic Chris Antley D. Wayne Lukas Robert B. & Beverly J. Lewis 2:03.29
2nd 13 Menifee Pat Day W. Elliot Walden J. Stone & A. Hancock III
3rd 8 Cat Thief Mike E. Smith D. Wayne Lukas Overbrook Farm
4th 9 Prime Timber David Flores Bob Baffert Aaron & Marie Jones
5th 2 Excellent Meeting Kent Desormeaux Bob Baffert Golden Eagle Farm
6th 17 Kimberlite Pipe Robby Albarado Dallas Stewart Prairie Star Racing & John Gunther
7th 1A Worldly Manner Jerry Bailey Saeed bin Suroor Godolphin Racing, Inc.
8th 16 K One King Alex Solis Akiko Gothard Madeleine Paulson
9th 18 Lemon Drop Kid Jose Santos Scotty Schulhofer Jeanne Vance
10th 7 Answer Lively Craig Perret Bobby Barnett John Franks
11th 2B General Challenge Gary Stevens Bob Baffert Golden Eagle Farm
12th 14 Ecton Park Robbie Davis W. Elliot Walden Mark Stanley
13th 6 Desert Hero Corey Nakatani Richard Mandella The Thoroughbred Corporation
14th 5 Stephen Got Even Chris McCarron Nick Zito Stephen Hilbert
15th 15 Valhol Willie Martinez Dallas Keen James D. Jackson
16th 10 First American Eddie Delahoussaye Eduardo Caramori T N T Stud
17th 3 Adonis Jorge Chavez Nick Zito
18th 12 Vicar Shane Sellers Carl Nafzger James B. Tafel
19th 4 Three Ring John Velazquez Eddie Plesa, Jr. Barry Schwartz


Post Horse Win Place Show



$ 64.60








Cat Thief


  • $2 Exacta: (11-13) Paid $727.80



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