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2003 Kentucky Derby

The 2003 Kentucky Derby was the 129th running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 3, 2003, and there were 148,530 in attendance.[1]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st 6 Funny Cide Jose Santos Barclay Tagg Sackatoga Stable 2:01.19
2nd 12 Empire Maker Jerry Bailey Robert Frankel Juddmonte Farms
3rd 5 Peace Rules Edgar Prado Robert Frankel Edmund A. Gann
4th 4 Atswhatimtalknbout David Flores Ronald W. Ellis B. Wayne Hughes & Biscuit Stables, LLC
5th 13 Eye of the Tiger Eibar Coa Jerry Hollendorfer John D. Gunther
6th 8 Buddy Gil Gary Stevens Jeff Mullins Desperado Stables
7th 15 Outta Here Kent Desormeaux William Currin William Currin & Al Eisman
8th 14 Ten Cents a Shine Calvin Borel D. Wayne Lukas Kenneth L. and Sarah K. Ramsey
9th 16 Ten Most Wanted Pat Day Wallace Dollase James Chisholm & Michael Jarvis & J. Paul Reddam, et al.
10th 11 Domestic Dispute Alex Solis Patrick Gallagher David Bienstock & Chuck Winner
11th 17 Scrimshaw Cornelia Velasquez D. Wayne Lukas Robert & Beverly Lewis
12th 7 Offlee Wild Robby Albarado Thomas Smith Azalea Stables, LLC
13th 1 Supah Blitz Rosemary Homeister Emanuel Tortora Bee Bee Stables, Inc.
14th 9 Indian Express Tyler Baze Bob Baffert Phil and Sheva Chess
15th 10 Lone Star Sky Shane Sellers Thomas Amoss Walter L. New
16th 2 Brancusi Tony Farina Patrick Biancone Michael Tabor


Post Horse Win Place Show


Funny Cide

$ 27.60




Empire Maker




Peace Rules


  • $2 Exacta: (6-12) Paid $97.00



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