133d Kentucky Derby, at Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ky. Distance: 11/4 miles. Purse: $2.21 million.

Value to winner: $1.45 million.

Horse   Wt.   PP   1/4   1/2   3/4   1M   Str   Fin   Jockey   Odds

Street Sense   126    7   181/2   19-5   17-hd   3-hd   1-1   1-21/4   Borel   4.90

Hard Spun   126    8   1-hd   1-1   1-2   1-3   2-4   2-53/4   Pino   10.00

Curlin   126    2   131/2   13-21/2   141/2   8-hd   6-1   31/2   Albarado   5.00

Imawildandcrazyguy   126    5   20   20   20   161/2   111/2   41/2   Guidry   28.90

Sedgefield   126    1   51/2   5-11/2   3-hd   21/2   3-hd   5-nk   Leparoux   58.60

Circular Quay   126   16   19-3   18-1   16-hd   131/2   81/2   63/4   J.Velazquez   11.40

Tiago   126   15   17-hd   171/2   18-4   15-1   12-hd   71/2   Smith   14.80

Any Given Saturday   126   18   81/2   9-11/2   9-1   4-hd   4-21/2   8-21/2   Gomez   13.60

Sam P.   126   13   9-11/2   12-11/2   12-11/2   7-hd   7-11/2   9-13/4   Dominguez   43.70

Nobiz Like Shobiz   126   12   6-11/2   6-11/2   6-1   5-hd   5-hd   10-3   C.Velasquez   10.40

Dominican   126   19   111/2   10-hd   10-hd   101/2   14-21/2   11-nk   Bejarano   24.90

Zanjero   126   3   16-2   15-3   13-hd   111/2   101/2   12-23/4   Bridgmohan   36.00

Great Hunter   126   20   12-21/2   11-21/2   11-11/2   61/2   9-hd   13-13/4   Nakatani   25.30

Liquidity   126   9   101/2   81/2   71/2   9-hd   13-1   143/4   Flores   40.00

Bwana Bull   126   4   14-2   14-hd   15-1   191/2   16-2   15-1   Castellano   50.30

Storm In May   126   11   15-11/2   16-hd   19-21/2   18-2   151/2   16-11/2   Leyva   27.20

Teuflesberg   126   10   4-11/2   31/2   21/2   12-hd   171/2   1723/4   Elliott   51.90

Scat Daddy   126   14   71/2   7-hd   8-hd   20   20   18-61/4   Prado   7.20

Stormello   126   17   2-hd   4-1   5-hd   14-11/2   18-11/2   19-71/4   Desormeaux   44.80

Cowtown Cat   126   6   31/2   21/2   4-1   17-11/2   191/2   20   Jara   19.60

Time: 1/4: :22.96; 1/2: 46.26; 3/4: 1:11.13; 1mile: 1:37.04; Final: 2:02.17.

7 (7) Street Sense   $11.80    6.40    4.60

8 (8) Hard Spun       9.80    7.00

2 (2) Curlin          5.60

Off: 6:16. Start: Good for all. Track: Fast.

Exacta (7-8) paid $101.80. Trifecta (7-8-2) paid $440.00. Daily Double (7-7) paid $87.00. Superfecta (7-8-2-5) paid $29,046.40. Pick 3 (7-7-7) 3 correct paid $927.60. Pick 4 (3-7-7-7) 4 correct paid $4,783.40. Pick 6 (7-7-3-7-7-7) 6 correct paid $231,225. Pick 6 (7-7-3-7-7-7) 5 correct paid $1,263.00. Oaks/Derby Double (11-7) paid $23.80.

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STREET SENSE, reserved immediately after the start as the field came away in good order, relaxed nicely, reached the rail before going a furlong and settled well off the pace, began picking up horses approaching the far turn, got through cleanly inside, split foes two or three wide at the quarter-mile ground, moved three wide to go after pacesetting HARD SPUN, took over, opened a clear advantage at the furlong grounds when roused sharply lefthanded, then, with the rider glancing back and changing hands with the stick, continued resolutely.

HARD SPUN worked his way in two wide to vie for the lead early, gained the lead soon after going a quarter mile while racing in hand, edged clear entering the backstretch while carefully handled, increased his advantage to be well clear into the upper stretch, Bobbled leaving the eighth poll, angled outside of STREET SENSE in the late going and wasn't a match for that one as second best.

CURLIN, steadied lightly during the opening eighth while between rivals near the inside, was unhurried to the end of the backstretch between horses, continued between rivals when advancing into the stretch, made a bold run five wide approaching the final furlong but couldn't threaten the top two.

IMAWILDANDCRAZYGUY, outrun four wide for seven furlongs, moved between rivals approaching the final quarter, swung out 10 wide entering the stretch and made up some ground.

SEDGEFIELD, forwardly placed near the inside from the outset, raced within easy striking distance into the upper stretch and came up empty.

CIRCULAR QUAY followed the pace five or six wide from early on, bumped for a stride with STORMELLO leaving the five-sixteenths pole, then improved position slightly while not a threat.

TIAGO, outrun five wide to the far turn, rallied along the rail approaching the stretch, continued three abreast when straightened for the drive and passed tired rivals.

ANY GIVEN SATURDAY, never far back and between foes four wide, made an earnest run approaching the final quarter but flattened out when straightened for the drive.

SAM P., unhurried for a half, made mild move six wide approaching the stretch but failed to continue.

NOBIZ LIKE SHOWBIZ, well placed while tracking the leaders from between horses, moved menacingly approaching the final quarter but faltered.

DOMINICAN, in contention while six or seven wide, was bumped early on the second turn by GREAT HUNTER and was finished nearing the stretch.

ZANJERO, settled near the inside, advanced steadily between calls on the far turn, had to steady when lacking room, was with the winner while outside that one, steadied again before the quarter-pole and had no further response.

GREAT HUNTER, six or seven wide, bumped LIQUIDITY when advancing early on the far turn, made a solid run approaching the stretch but failed to continue.

LIQUIDITY, in contention five or six wide, bumped for a stride with GREAT HUNTER early on the far turn and flattened out in the drive.

BWANA BULL, between horses four or five wide much of the way, never reached contention.

STORM IN MAY, outrun near the inside to the stretch, angled out five or six wide but never reached contention.

TEUFLESBERG, up close between horses four wide, weakened steadily approaching the stretch.

SCAT DADDY, raced between rivals four or five wide and tired approaching the stretch.

STORMELLO, attended the early pace under a rating hold five wide, fell back slightly on the backstretch while continuing in contention off the inside, was asked for more three furlongs out, bumped for stride with CIRCULAR QUAY approaching the stretch and faded.

COWTOWN CAT, up close between horses early, was finished leaving the backstretch.

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