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2004 Kentucky Derby

The 2004 Kentucky Derby was the 130th running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 1, 2004, and there were 140,054 in attendance.[1]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st 15 Smarty Jones Stewart Elliot John Servis 2:04.06
2nd 3 Lion Heart Mike Smith Patrick Biancone
3rd 10 Imperialism Kent Desormeaux Kristin Mulhall
4th 1 Limehouse Jose Santos Todd Pletcher
5th 11 The Cliff's Edge Shane Sellers Nicholas Zito
6th 4 Action This Day David Flores Richard Mandella
7th 14 Read the Footnotes Robby Albarado Richard Violette
8th 13 Birdstone Edgar Prado Nicholas Zito
9th 18 Tapit Ramon Dominguez Michael Dickinson
10th 12 Borrego Victor Espinoza Beau Greely
11th 2 Song of the Sword Norberto Arroyo Jennifer Pedersen
12th 8 Master David Alex Solis Robert Frankel
13th 19 Pro Prado John McKee Robert Holthus
14th 16 Castledale Jose Valdivia Jeff Mullins
15th 6 Friends Lake Richard Migliore John C. Kimmel
16th 7 Minister Eric Pat Day Richard Mandella
17th 17 Pollard's Vision John Velazquez Todd Pletcher
18th 20 Quintons Gold Rush Corey Nakatani Steve M. Asmussen


Post Horse Win Place Show


Smarty Jones

$ 10.20




Lion Heart






  • $2 Exacta: (15-3) Paid $65.20



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