The Kentucky Derby didn't begin until 1875.
I will assume by "derby" you mean Kentucky Derby. I will also assume that you only mean winners of the Derby. There have been two Derby-winning horses with 15 letters in their names: Foolish Pleasure (1975) and Fusaichi Pegasus (2000).
Orb won the 139th Kentucky Derby.
The 2005 Kentucky Derby winner was Giacomo
No. It has always been held in Kentucky, not Tennessee. Hence the name "Kentucky Derby".
My Old Kentucky Home.
'Ferdinand' was the name of the winning horse in the 1986 Kentucky Derby. The jockey's name was Willie Shoemaker.
The answer is Willie Shoemaker and his horse Ferdinand who won the 1986 Kentucky Derby
The Run for the Roses
Run for the Roses.
Mine That Bird [b. May 10, 2006] was the last gelding to win the Kentucky Derby. He's one of only nine geldings [castrated male horses] to win the Derby. He's the second gelding to win since 1929.
Pleasant Colony won the 1981 Kentucky Derby with Jockey Jose Velasquez.
The "sister race" for the Kentucky Derby is the Kentucky Oaks. The Oaks is a mile-and-an-eighth race is for 3-year-old fillies. It is held the Friday before the Derby.
Mine That Bird.
Jockey Willie "Bill" Shoemaker and 'Ferdinand' won the 1986 Kentucky Derby.
The horse which won the 1981 Kentucky Derby was Pleasant Colony, ridden by Jorge Velasquez.
The 1964 Kentucky Derby Was Won By The Northern Dancer Riden By Bill Hartack.
The Louisville Jockey Club Course was where the first Kentucky Derby was held. That was the original name of the Churchill Downs racetrack, where the Derby still is being held. Whatever the name, the world-famous grounds are located in Louisville, Kentucky.
It was Chateaugay.
Churchill Downs is the name of the track that's used for the Kentucky Derby. It's located in Louisville, Kentucky. It has been the site of the world-famous race since 1875.
Churchill Downs is the name of the racetrack at which the Kentucky Derby is held. Louisville is the name of the big city in Kentucky where the racetrack is located. The original name of the racetrack was the Louisville Jockey Club Course.
Of course , none other than the great Secretariat with the speed record at the Kentucky Derby of 1.59.40