California Chrome dazzles in Kentucky Derby

Steve Coburn and Perry Martin's homebred California Chrome lived up to all expectations with a scintillating victory in Saturday's 140th running of the Kentucky Derby. In the process, the gleaming chestnut made 77-year-old Art Sherman the oldest trainer to ever saddle a Derby winner.

"He gave me the biggest thrill I ever had in my life," an emotional Sherman said.

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Wise Dan Prevails Over Seek Again to Repeat in 28th Running of Grade I Woodford Reserve Turf Classic

Owner-breeder Morton Fink's reigning two-time Horse of the Year Wise Dan survived a tense stretch duel with Seek Again to prevail by a head and become the second two-time winner of the $559,100 Woodford Reserve Turf Classic (Grade I).

Central Banker Outduels Shakin It Up to Win 80th Running of Grade II Churchill Downs

Klaravich Stables and William H. Lawrence's Central Banker fought off repeated bids from Shakin It Up in a stretch duel to win the 80th running of the $464,800 Churchill Downs (Grade II) Presented by Twinspires.com by a head.

Global View Nips Storming Inti at Wire to Win 23rd Running of Grade II American Turf

Glen Hill Farm's Global View caught Storming Inti in the closing strides to win the 23rd running of the $294,500 American Turf (Grade II) Presented by Ram Trucks for 3-year-olds by a neck.

Midnight Lucky Romps in 28th Running of Grade I Humana Distaff

Mike Pegram, Karl Watson and Paul Weitman's Midnight Lucky, making her first start in more than 11 months, took the lead out of the gate and scored a dominating 4 ½-length victory over Street Girl in the 28th running of the $330,600 Humana Distaff (Grade I) for fillies and mares, the first of three Grade 1 stakes on Kentucky Derby Day.