Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May is the epicenter of the horse racing world, as up to 20 3-year-olds seek immortality in the Kentucky Derby. The 2012 Derby — the 138th Run for the Roses — was won by I'll Have Another (on the outside), who ran down Bodemeister in the stretch to claim the $2 million race.
Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May is the epicenter of the horse racing world, as up to 20 3-year-olds seek immortality in the Kentucky Derby. The 2012 Derby — the 138th Run for the Roses — was won by I'll Have Another (on the outside), who ran down Bodemeister in the stretch to claim the $2 million race. Herald-Leader
Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May is the epicenter of the horse racing world, as up to 20 3-year-olds seek immortality in the Kentucky Derby. The 2012 Derby — the 138th Run for the Roses — was won by I'll Have Another (on the outside), who ran down Bodemeister in the stretch to claim the $2 million race. Herald-Leader

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