|I'll Have Another wins 138th Kentucky Derby|
Trained by Doug O'Neill, I'll Have Another was overlooked in the betting being sent-off at 15-1 Odds, paying a generous $32.60 on a $2.00 bet. Placing second was Pacesetter Bodemeister, trained by Bob Baffert who just two months ago had suffered a Heart Attack in Dubai. After leading for most of the Race, that Colt who is named after Baffert's seven-year-old Son Bodie, was caught only late, losing by one-and-a-half-lengths as the Race Favourite at 4-1 Odds. Finishing third was Dullahan in a late surge.
Highly-regarded Union Rags had a troubled trip, managing to finish only seventh, while last year's two-year-old Champion Colt Hansen finished ninth after sweating profusely pre-race, looking visibly uncomfortable. Prospective who began his Career in Toronto at Woodbine Racetrack was a well-beaten 18th.
(Photo credit: Associated Press | Video credit: Kentucky Derby)