First to last

If you missed The Kentucky Derby, you didn’t just miss the hats, the dresses, the mint juleps and the rain, you also missed a piece of history.

For the first time ever, an objection posted by the number two finisher was upheld and a 65-1 horse, Country House, won the Derby after one of the favorites, Maximum Security, was disqualified.

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