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I'll Have Another Comes From Five Lengths Behind Down The Stretch To Win The Kentucky Derby

I'll Have Another, at 15-1, came from behind to win the 138th Kentucky Derby. I'll Have Another, coming from the 19th position, was stalking just off the pace and from the outside for most of the race. And as they came out of the final turn, it was Bodemeister with a strong five-length lead over the rest of the 20-horse field. But as Bodemeister tired, it was I'll Have Another that finished strong to win by 1.
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