Rich Strike wins Kentucky Derby

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Louisville, Kentucky – Rich Strike was declared the winner of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday.

This race became the 48th Kentucky Derby race.

Rich Strike did not win, and Zandon was predicted to come out on top before the race.

Jockey Sonny Leon led Rich Strike from a deep back into a field with 20 horses.

Rich Strike faced odds of 80: 1, and Zandon – 3: 1.

Rich Strike is coached by Eric R. Reed.

The horse had previously fought only seven times and was included in the race on Friday after Ethereal Road dropped out of the race.

Both Leon and Reed were in their first Derby.

Zandon faced a 7: 1 ratio.

Brad H. Cox, who coached last year’s Kentucky champion Derby Manalone, had three appearances in this year’s race, including Cyberkneif and Zoras, who faced a 20-1 draw.

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