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Prep Race HistoryDownload Past Performances
Hall of Fame conditioner Bob Baffert won the Kentucky Derby back-to-back in 1997 and 1998 with Silver Charm and Real Quiet, and again in 2002 with War Emblem. He has saddled 24 horses in the Run for the Roses through 2014. The silver-haired trainer has also captured the Preakness Stakes a record-tying five times and earned the Eclipse Award for outstanding trainer three times. Baffert has saddled two Kentucky Oaks winners, Silverbulletday and Plum Pretty. In total, he has sent out the winners of nine Triple Crown races and 10 Breeders’ Cup events.
Baffert & Miller
Bode Miller is a 2 time World Champion and 5 time Olympic medal winning skier including taking the Gold medal at the 2010 Olympics. He met Bob and Jill Baffert at the 2005 Kentucky Derby and found out they had named their son, Bode, after him while watching Miller ski at the 2002 Olympics. They became close friends and Bode expressed interest in the horse racing industry wanting to purchase a race horse. His grandfather was involved in racing and Bode loves the race track stating he has been to 10 Kentucky Derbies. Carving is his first race horse. Jill Baffert was a television personality in Louisville prior to meeting and marrying Bob. She is very involved with the horses and loves to spend time at the barn and the races. Other top horses Jill has owned include Contested and Misremembered.
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