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2013 Derby Results

In the 2013 Run for the Roses, Orb (7-2 on the Morning Line, 5.4 at the close for those betting on the Kentucky Derby) placed first and won a purse of $1.4 million. Golden Soul (50-1 ML, 34.5 close) finished second and Revolutionary (10-1 ML, 6.4 close) came third.

Orb went into the race as the Kentucky Derby betting favorite, after a four-race winning streak including the Florida Derby on March 30. Despite being stuck toward the back of the pack in 16th place for most of the first mile, after having drawn the No. 16 post in a field of 19 horses, Orb stormed the pack. The grounds and track were sloppy after a period of rain but this did not deter Orb in spite of his lack of experience in these conditions. Orb and jockey Joel Rosario took it up a gear at the eighth pole and moved up the pack, finishing first by 2 1/2 lengths.

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Joel Rosario is a Dominican Republic jockey, who also rode the winner of the Dubai World Cup (the world’s richest horse race) less than five weeks before the Kentucky Derby 2013. Orb’s trainer is Hall of Famer Claude R. “Shug” McGaughney III, who has trained multiple Kentucky Derby contenders and champion horses, and its owners are Stuart Janney III and Phipps Stable. It was the first Derby victory for both the trainer and owners.

As always, the Kentucky Derby 2013 was a profitable one and this is definitely true for those who stayed loyal to Orb. On a standard $2 Kentucky Derby betting ticket, Orb paid out $12.80 to win, $7.40 to place and $5.40 to show. Golden Soul was $38.60 to place and $19.60 to show, while Revolutionary crossed the finish line third to pay $5.40.

Those who were lucky enough to nail an exotic bet on the Kentucky Derby should at least buy the next round of drinks with their nice winnings. The exacta of Orb and Golden Soul paid a solid $981.60. That’s pretty high compared to the 2013 Kentucky Derby where the exacta of I’ll Have Another and Bodemeister paid $306.60.

The 2013 Kentucky Derby trifecta, including Revolutionary in third, was a solid money maker at $6,925.60. If you happened to pick Normandy Invasion on the Kentucky Derby odds to finish in fourth place as part of your superfecta, you would’ve collected a huge $57,084. Have you ever considered getting into the horse racing business yourself? The 2012 Derby winner, I’ll Have Another, was purchased as a yearling for a mere $11,000.

2013 results including the jockey and the final Kentucky Derby odds to win:


1. Orb (J. Rosario, 5.4)

2. Golden Soul (R. Albarado, 34.5)

3. Revolutionary (C. Borel, 6.4)

4. Normandy Invasion (J. Castellano, 9.3)

5. Mylute (R. Napravnik, 15.3)

6. Oxbow (G. Stevens, 24.9)

7. Lines of Battle (R. Moore, 31.9)

8. Will Take Charge (J. Court, 36.4)

9. Charming Kitten (E. Prado, 33.2)

10. Giant Finish (J. Espinoza, 38.6)

11. Overanalyze (R. Bejarano, 16.2)

12. Palace Malice (M. Smith, 23.7)

13. Java’s War (J. Leparoux, 21.5)

14. Verrazano (J. Velazquez, 8.7)

15. Itsmyluckyday (E. Trujillo, 9.5)

16. Frac Daddy (V. Lebron, 25)

17. Goldencents (K. Krigger, 7.9)

18. Vyjack (G. Gomez, 18.8)

19. Falling Sky (L. Saez, 39.7)

Scratched: Black Onyx and Fear the Kitten

About Tennessee Leduc

Born in Summersville Kentucky, Tennessee is an impassioned fan of horse racing, women, civilized debauchery, and... mint juleps. He writes, he reads, he listens, but above all he experiences the world he lives in.

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