Tim Tam Wins!

Start good. Won driving. TIM TAM, unhurried while being outrun early, commenced to advance along inside after going a half mile, moved through in close quarters on final bend and when brought out between horses for drive he was fully extended to wear down LINCOLN ROAD near the end. LINCOLN ROAD made the pace under a well judged ride, saved ground much of way and held on stubbornly in a long drive. NOUREDDIN, far back through first six furlongs, circled his field when commencing his bid on second turn, lost additional ground on entering stretch and finished fastest of all in middle of track to be easily best of others. JEWEL'S REWARD, in hand while maintaining a striking position along outside, commenced to advance while continuing slightly wide on final bend but could not gain through final furlong when put to extreme pressure. MARTINS RULLAH closed a big gap in late stages but could not seriously menace top trio. GONE FISHIN' loomed boldly on entering stretch but had little left when real test came. EBONY PEARL stopped badly after making a menacing bid on stretch turn. SILKY SULLIVAN broke well but was allowed to stride while saving ground until final turn where he made only a brief and ineffectual bid of less than a sixteenth mile and refused to extend himself thereafter. WARREN G. stopped badly after going six furlongs and was eased when hopelessly beaten. Scratched - Can Trust.

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Trainer

H. A. Jones

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Jockey

Ismael Valenzuela

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Breeder

1950-1974

Dominance of Calumet Farm to the 100th Derby

Under the direction of Bill Corum, a former New York Times and New York Journal-American sports columnist, Churchill Downs and the famed Kentucky Derby continued to grow and modernize:

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Kentucky Derby 84 Race Recap

Start good. Won driving. TIM TAM, unhurried while being outrun early, commenced to advance along inside after going a half mile, moved through in close quarters on final bend and when brought out between horses for drive he was fully extended to wear down LINCOLN ROAD near the end. LINCOLN ROAD made the pace under a well judged ride, saved ground much of way and held on stubbornly in a long drive. NOUREDDIN, far back through first six furlongs, circled his field when commencing his bid on second turn, lost additional ground on entering stretch and finished fastest of all in middle of track to be easily best of others. JEWEL'S REWARD, in hand while maintaining a striking position along outside, commenced to advance while continuing slightly wide on final bend but could not gain through final furlong when put to extreme pressure. MARTINS RULLAH closed a big gap in late stages but could not seriously menace top trio. GONE FISHIN' loomed boldly on entering stretch but had little left when real test came. EBONY PEARL stopped badly after making a menacing bid on stretch turn. SILKY SULLIVAN broke well but was allowed to stride while saving ground until final turn where he made only a brief and ineffectual bid of less than a sixteenth mile and refused to extend himself thereafter. WARREN G. stopped badly after going six furlongs and was eased when hopelessly beaten. Scratched - Can Trust.