1913 Kentucky Derby

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39th Kentucky Derby
Kentucky Derby
Grade I stakes race
Donerail 1913.jpg
Donerail after winning the 1913 Kentucky Derby
Location Churchill Downs
Date May 10, 1913
Winning horse Donerail
Jockey Roscoe Goose
Trainer Thomas P. Hayes
Owner Thomas P. Hayes
Surface Dirt
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The 1913 Kentucky Derby was the 39th running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 10, 1913.[1] Horses Prince Hermis, Sam Hirsch, Flying Tom, and Floral Park scratched before the race. The winning time of 2.04.80 set a new Derby record.[2] With odds of 91-1, winning horse Donerail is the longest odds winner in Kentucky Derby history.[3]

Full results[edit]

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st 5 Donerail Roscoe Goose Thomas P. Hayes Thomas P. Hayes 2:04.80
2nd 4 Ten Point M. Buxton A.L. Aste 12
3rd 3 Gowell J. McCabe J.T. Weaver 1 12
4th 8 Foundation Johnny Loftus C.W. McKenna Head
5th 6 Yankee Notions J. Glass H.K. Knapp Neck
6th 1 Lord Marshall T. Steele J.O. & G.H. Keene 5
7th 2 Jimmie Gill Charles Borel Doerhoefer & West 8
8th 7 Leochares C. Peak J.W. Schorr 15


Promotional flyer for the Selig Polyscope Company's documentary, The Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs (1913)
Post Horse Win Place Show
5 Donerail $ 184.90 41.20 13.20
4 Ten Point 3.50 3.30
3 Gowell 14.10
  • The winner received a purse of $5,475.
  • Second place received $700.
  • Third place received $300.[2]