None, only one has finished in the top 3.The first Kentucky Derby ever run was won by Aristides with Oliver Lewis at the Jockey in this 1875 running of the Roses.The 1877 Derby was won by Billy Walker aboard Badem-Baden.The 1896 and 1898 Derby had Willie Simms in the saddle for the win.The 1892 Derby winner was Azra with Alonzo Clayton aboard.Issac Murphy won back to back derby races in 1890 and 1891.Jimmy Winkfield is best known as the last African American to have a Kentucky Derby winner in 1901 and 1902. Between 1875 and 1902 the number of wins, places and shows was dominated by African American Jockeys. And then the color barrier came down.
The 134th Derby was run on 3 May 2008.Note: The Kentucky Derby was first run in 1875.
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No African American woman won the first Kentucky Derby.The first Derby was held on May 17, 1875. The winning rider of the winning horse was an African American male jockey, Oliver Lewis [1856 - 1924].
Oliver Lewis [1856 - 1924] was the first African American jockey to ride in the Kentucky Derby. In fact, he rode the blood-red chestnut Aristides in the very first Derby. On that afternoon of May 17, 1875, horse and jockey rode to victory.
Thirteen of the 15 jockeys who rode in the first Kentucky Derby were black; young servants who cared for the racehorses owned by white men. 12 of the first 16 Derby winners were black.
Isaac Murphy was not only the first African American jockey to win the Kentucky Derby three times, he was the first jockey of any race to accomplish this feat. Murphy was inducted into the United States Racing Hall of Fame in 1955.
Ansel Williamson was the first African American trainer in the Kentucky Derby. In fact, he trained the winning horse in the very first Derby. The winning horse, the blood-red chestnut Aristides, was ridden to victory by Oliver Lewis [1856 - 1924], an African American jockey, on May 17, 1875.In 1998, Williamson was inducted posthumously into the Racing Hall of Fame.
Almost all if not all of them. In the beginnings the jockey industry was dominated by African Americans
Oliver Lewis [1856 - 1924] was the winning rider in the first Kentucky Derby. Lewis was a jockey of African American descent. His winning horse was the blood-red chestnut Aristides. Lewis went on to become a Kentucky businessman in Lexington.
Aristides was the name of the first horse to win the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 17, 1875. He was a blood-red chestnut. He was prepared for the Derby by African American trainer Ansel Williamson, a posthumous inductee into the Racing Hall of Fame in 1998. He was ridden by African American jockey Oliver Lewis [1856 - 1924], a subsequent Kentucky businessman in Lexington.
Fourteen  out of fifteen  jockeys in the first Kentucky Derby were African Americans. The inaugural Derby was held in the afternoon of May 17, 1875. The winning rider was Oliver Lewis [1856 - 1924], an African American who subsequently became a Kentucky businessman in Lexington. The only white jockey was Billy Lakeland, who placed 10th on Ascension, one of two chestnut fillies participating in the Derby.
Oliver Lewis [1856 - 1924], an African American who subsequently became a Kentucky businessman in Lexington, rode Aristides in the Kentucky Derby. He was the winning jockey on the winning horse. It was the very first time that the Derby was held. The historic date was the afternoon of May 17, 1875.
Fourteen  out of a total of fifteen jockeys were African Americans at the first Kentucky Derby. The exact date of the inaugural Derby was May 17, 1875. The winning horse was Aristides. The winning jockey was the African American Oliver Lewis [1856 - 1924]. The winning time was 2 minutes 37-3/4 seconds.