The first Kentucky Derby was held in 1875.
The first Kentucky Derby was held in 1875, many years later than 1803.
There is not an official record of how many Kentucky Derby horses have been injured in the race. This is also because injuries may have been caused by the race but appeared later.
As of May 7, 2011, 137 horses have won the Kentucky Derby. The first Kentucky Derby was held on May 17, 1875. It has been held every year since then.
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The Kentucky Derby is a single race. Tthere are about 12 races held at Churchill Downs on Derby Day.
No female jockey or trainer has ever won the Kentucky Derby.
It is held every year. The first Saturday of every May.
The first Kentucky Derby was run on May 17, 1875. There were 15 horses in the field. The colt, Aristides, won the first Derby.
The youngest Kentucky rider was an African American teenager 15 years old by the name of Alonzo Lonnie Clayton. He ran many races between 1875 and 1902. On May 11, 1892 he became the youngest rider to win in the Kentucky Derby.
There are 8 furlongs in a mile. The Kentucky Derby is 1 1/4 miles in length. That makes the length of the Derby 10 furlongs.
The Kentucky Derby is now limited to 20 horses. Before a limit was put in place, the most horses that ran in the Derby was 23 in 1974, the 100th anniversary of the Run for the Roses.
A sport that is in kentucky is horse racing. There are over 500 farms in Kentucky alone, and many famous races such as the Kentucky Derby.
I think there was 23