Eddie Arcaro got a kiss from his mother, Josephine, after winning the 1952 Kentucky Derby on Hill Gail. It was the last of Arcaro's five Derby wins, which is tied for the most in history.
Eddie Arcaro got a kiss from his mother, Josephine, after winning the 1952 Kentucky Derby on Hill Gail. It was the last of Arcaro's five Derby wins, which is tied for the most in history. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Eddie Arcaro got a kiss from his mother, Josephine, after winning the 1952 Kentucky Derby on Hill Gail. It was the last of Arcaro's five Derby wins, which is tied for the most in history. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Putting the Derby's 138-year run in historical perspective

May 05, 2012 12:00 AM