Kentucky Derby 149: Mage wins

Mage won the 2023 Kentucky Derby. The horse is owned by OGMA Investments, Ramiro Restrepo, Sterling Racing and CMNWLTH and trained by Gustavo Delgado. The mag had jockey Javier Castellano. Two fillies finished second and Angel of Empire third. Mage won with a time of 2:01:57. It was Castellano’s first Kentucky Derby victory after going 0-15 in his last 15 prior to this year. “I’m very thankful for the opportunity to ride the horse. The whole team gave me the opportunity to ride this horse in the greatest race in the world,” said Castellano. “I had a lot of confidence in myself that this year was going to be the year. I thought this year was going to be the year. This horse was unbelievable today.” The purse for this year’s race is $3 million. Here is a list of all the horses. Competed in Saturday’s Derby: Hit Show Verifying Two Fills Confidence Cam Tapit Dries Kingsborn Reborn Mage Disarmjes’s Road Sun Thunder Angel of Empire Rise Kanederma Sotokake Rocket Cyclone Cane Derma Sotokake Rocket Cane Cyclone Mischief Mandarin Trained Hero King’s Runs. A complete surprise. “I felt so confident going into this race because my dad was the trainer. And he was telling me step by step what he was doing with the horse. It was a masterpiece,” Delgado said. “I listened to the wire, I listened to the wire. Once he took the lead, that’s how we planned the race. Everything went as planned. It was a dream I had, and a year and a half ago, I wrote a note: ‘We’re going to win the Derby next year.’ Their horse, Maj, hit the iconic racetrack, fulfilling their father’s wish to save their lives.” All of our purse money goes back to the stable, and we have an online store where any profits go to Kentucky Cancer. Volz said later. “We don’t take anything for granted. To me, success comes from people who reach out and say, ‘Hey, thanks.’ We make a difference, and if you save one, I know it’s worth millions.” It was a small field after five horses were scratched before race day. , in which morning line favorite Forte was scratched on Saturday morning. The fee for Mage was $32.42. Win, $14.58 to place, and $9.08 to show.

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Mage won the 2023 Kentucky Derby.

The horse is owned by OGMA Investments, Ramiro Restrepo, Sterling Racing and CMNWLTH and trained by Gustavo Delgado. The mag had jockey Javier Castellano.

Two fillies finished second and Angel of Empire third.

Mage won in 2:01:57.

It was Castellano’s first Kentucky Derby win after going 0-15 in his last 15 before this year.

“I am very grateful for the opportunity to ride the horse. The whole team gave me the opportunity to ride this horse in the biggest race in the world,” said Castellano. “I had a lot of confidence in myself that this year was going to be the year. I thought this year was going to be the year. This horse was unbelievable today.”

This year’s purse is $3 million.

Here is a list of all the horses that competed in Saturday’s Derby:

  1. The hit show
  2. Checking
  3. Two phils
  4. A game of faith
  5. Thabit Tries
  6. Kingsborn
  7. reincarnation
  8. Magician
  9. Disarm
  10. Jay’s Road
  11. Sun thunder
  12. Angel of Empire
  13. Raise the Cain
  14. Derma Sotocag
  15. Rocket can
  16. Hurricane Mischief
  17. Mandarin Hero
  18. King Russell

Mage’s trainer was thrilled with how his horse performed, and it wasn’t a complete surprise.

“I was very confident going into this race because my dad was the trainer and he was telling me step by step what he was doing with the horse. It was a masterpiece,” Delgado said. “I listened to the wire, I listened to the wire. Once he took the lead, that’s how we planned the race. Everything went as planned. It was a dream I had, a year and a half ago, and I wrote a note: ‘We’re going to win the Derby next year.

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Owner Lenny Volz and his brothers said in an interview a week before the race that watching their horse, Maje, hit the iconic racetrack, granted their father’s wish to save his life.

“All of our purse money goes back to the stable, and we have an online store where any profits go to the Kentucky Cancer Program,” Volz said. “We don’t take anything for granted. As far as I’m concerned, success comes from people reaching out and saying, ‘Hey, thanks.’ I know we’re making a difference, and if you save one, it’s worth millions.”

It was a small field after five horses were scratched before race day, including morning line favorite Forte’s Saturday morning scratch.

Money for Mage was $32.42 to win, $14.58 to place and $9.08 to show.

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