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2006 Kentucky Derby

132nd Kentucky Derby
Kentucky Derby
Presented by Yum! Brands
Location Churchill Downs
Date May 6, 2006
Winning horse Barbaro
Winning Jockey Edgar Prado
Conditions Fast

The 2006 Kentucky Derby was the 132nd running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 6, 2006. There was a crowd of 157,532 in attendance.[1]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st 8 Barbaro Edgar Prado Michael Matz Lael Stables 2:01.36
2nd 13 Bluegrass Cat Ramon Dominguez Todd A. Pletcher WinStar Farm
3rd 2 Steppenwolfer Robby Albarado Daniel C. Peitz Robert and Lawana Low
4th 18 Brother Derek Alex Solis Dan Hendricks Cecil N. Peacock
5th 1 Jazil Fernando Jara Kiaran McLaughlin Shadwell Farm
6th 6 Showing Up C. Valesquez Barclay Tagg Lael Stables
7th 11 Sweetnorthernsaint Kent Desormeaux Michael Trombetta Joseph J. Balsamo & Ted Theos
8th 14 Deputy Glitters Jose Lezcano Thomas Albertrani Joseph LaCombe Stables, Inc.
9th 5 Point Determined Rafael Bejarno Bob Baffert The Robert & Beverly Lewis Estate
10th 15 Seaside Retreat Patrick Husbands Mark Casse William S. Farish, Jr.
11th 19 Storm Treasure David Flores Steve M. Asmussen Mike McCarty
12th 17 Lawyer Ron John McKee Robert Holthus Estate of James T. Hines, Jr.
13th 16 Cause to Believe Russell Baze Jerry Hollendorfer Peter Redekop Ltd. & Peter Abruzzo
14th 20 Flashy Bull Mike E. Smith Kiaran McLaughlin West Point Thoroughbreds
15th 12 Private Vow Shaun Bridgmohan Steve M. Asmussen Mike McCarty
16th 4 Sinister Minister Victor Espinoza Bob Baffert Lanni Trust, Mercedes Stb., B. Schiappa
17th 7 Bob and John Garret Gomez Bob Baffert Stonerside Stable
18th 10 A.P. Warrior Corey Nakatani John Shirreffs Stan E. Fulton
19th 9 Sharp Humor Mark Guidry Dale Romans Purdedel Stable
20th 3 Keyed Entry Patrick Valenzuela Todd A. Pletcher Starlight Stable, P. Saylor & D. Lucarelli


Post Horse Win Place Show



$ 14.20




Bluegrass Cat






  • $2 Exacta: (8-13) Paid $587.00
  • 1 Jazil & 18 Brother Derek was a Dead Heat.[2]



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