Kentucky Derby 2005
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Derby Shocker Fattens One Bettor's Wallet
by Robert Ferringo - 05/10/2005
"You gotta be down big to win big," said an adrenaline-addled, alcohol-suffused Donny Perotti late Saturday night. "I was like, 'Did that really just happen?'" Perotti (a.k.a. Donny Blaze) is a former college roommate of mine who once tapped a five-month old quarter-barrel of Bud Light and pounded a glass to win a seven dollar bet. He is also the same man who placed a healthy $100 wager on the 10-18 exacta for the 131st running of the Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Ky. on Saturday, choosing the numbers because his birthday is October 18 (10/18).
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2005 Kentucky Derby Payouts
by Doc's Sports - 05/09/2005
Following are the Kentucky Derby payouts for the 2005 Kentucky Derby. Also listed are the Kentucky Derby results for this year's instalment of the Run For The Roses. In addition, Doc's has provided a breif analysis of the race.
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2005 Kentucky Derby Field - The Lineup is Set
by Doc's Sports - 05/04/2005
Here are the moring line odds for Derby 131 Field. The lineup comes from Chruchill Downs and were established after the postpositons were drawn on May 4th 2005. The 2005 Kentucky Derby Draw featured numerous surprises as the first selection stayed away from the seven and eight posts, instead choosing post number 15. Trainer Nick Zito was pleased that betting favorite Bellamy Road received an outside post draw.
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Consolidator, Day Out Of The Derby
by Max - 05/02/2005
Monday was full of major events as some of the biggest names in Horse Racing dropped out of the field for the Kentucky Derby. D. Wayne Lukas best hope for a victory had to drop out of the race because he suffered a fractured sesamoid. This horse, Consolidator, would have been a longshot to win the race but was surrounded by big names.
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Doc's Sports 2005 Early Kentucky Derby Race News & Notes
by Doc Sports - 04/29/2005
The Kentucky Derby race is now one week away and the field is starting to take shape. It appears that the field may be full with 20 horses as some late long shots vie to enter the fray. With this many horses, the auxiliary gate will be in effect and that can play a prominent role in this race. The best horses in the Kentucky Derby race could struggle and find the path they tread very unappealing. This makes the race very interesting and exciting, as we feel ten horses have a legitimate shot of winning.
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Kentucky Derby Party -- Infield or Clubhouse: A Kentuckian's Advice on Throwing a Derby Bash
by Kaelan Hollon - 04/28/2005
Staring down the long, cold barrel of a Kentucky State Trooper's handgun at 2:49 in the morning in the first weekend of May is not a fun way to bide time. Kentucky takes its horses very, very seriously, and attempting to hop on a $120,000 thoroughbred during one's stay in the Bluegrass State does not a good Derby Day make, as a friend of mine recently found out. Handcuffs hurt. And the jails in the Commonwealth? Let me tell you something, Bubba, they ain't a bit of fun.
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Kentucky Derby Information - Field Shaping Up
by Doc's Sports
The last tune-up race for the Kentucky Derby took place Saturday in Keeneland. The Coolmore Lexington Stakes was run over a mile and sixtieth under sloppy conditions. The race did not go as expected with the favorite Rockport Harbor finishing a disappointing seventh. This horse was in contention for the first three-fourths of a mile then flattened out on the straightaway and fell back. This paved the way for Coin Silver to emerge victorious after struggling to get out of the gate.
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Past Kentucky Derby Winners
by Victor Ryan
Past Kentucky Derby winners have ranged from the legendary (Secretariat, Seattle Slew, War Admiral, Affirmed, etc.), to the rather undecorated (Lil E. Tee, Sea Hero). And, although in most expert's estimations (sorry Smarty Jones fans), it has been at least 15 years since a truly great horse has won the Derby. But the past two winners have been as popular as any of the previous 128.
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Kentucky Derby Odds - Betting the 2005 Kentucky Derby
Below you will find information on 2005 Kentucky Derby odds and tips on betting the 2005 Kentucky Derby. This page will be updated with picks and links to other Kentucky Derby articles written by our staff.
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Doc's Possible Kentucky Derby Contenders
Three major races involving Kentucky Derby contenders took place last Saturday. The three races where held in different regions of the country and had enough interest that NBC televised all three of the races live. Two out of the three races went as expected with the chalk coming in, but that was not the case in California. Any winning ticket from the Santa Anita Derby would have netted one a substantial profit. The following will recap the stakes races from Santa Anita, Aqueduct, and Hawthorne and give you the current state of some of the Kentucky Derby contenders.
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2005 Kentucky Derby -- Early Preview
by Victor Ryan
The story of the road to the 2005 Kentucky Derby has not been about a horse, but rather a man from Brooklyn. Two-time Derby winning trainer Nick Zito is poised to do this year what to many seems almost inconceivable-that is have five starters, or exactly one-quarter of the maximum field of 20, in this year's Run for the Roses.
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Kentucky Derby Future Odds
Doc's Sports will continue to update the Kentucky Derby Future Odds as more information is available. Once the field and post postitions are set on Wednesday, May 4th, Doc's Sports will post the morning line odds for the 2005 Kentucky Derby.
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Doc's Sports Kentucky Derby Winners
Below lists the Kentucky Derby Winners since its existence in 1875. The race takes place each year on the first Saturday in May. Also listed with the Kentucky Derby Winners is the Jockey that rode the champion and his finishing time. If you see a (T) listed with the Kentucky Derby Winners that indicates that the horse went on to win the triple crown.
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