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Kentucky Derby workouts: Normandy Invasion sharp in pre-dawn drill

Kentucky Derby winner Funny Cide with his trainer, Barclay Tagg in 2008. His second career as a stable pony only lasted for a year; now he's at the Hall of Champions in Kentucky Horse Park.   (Catching Up with Funny Cide: Still a Fan Favorite in Retirement | Daily Racing Form)

Kentucky Derby winner Funny Cide with his trainer, Barclay Tagg in His second career as a stable pony only lasted for a year; now he's at the Hall of Champions in Kentucky Horse Park. (Catching Up with Funny Cide: Still a Fan Favorite in Retirement

Winning Colors (Filly) - 1988 Kentucky Derby Winner

Gainesway Thoroughbreds' Ocean Colors, a Orientate filly out of 1988 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Winning Colors, made her racing debut one to remember June 13 at Churchill Downs by scoring a front-running 5 victory in the fourth race

Funny Cide, a Saratoga-born champion and the first New York bred to win the Kentucky Derby. shown leaving his mark on the 2012 Kentucky Visitors’ Guide.

Funny Cide - 2003 Kentucky Derby winner gives his stamp of approval to his portrait at Kentucky Horse Park.

Charismatic ~ 1999 Kentucky Derby & Preakness Winner.  Most memorable Derby of my life.  Shame he didn't win the Triple Crown.

The 1999 Horse of the year, champion, and dual classic winner returns to the U. in late November.

Alysheba 1986 Kentucky and Preakness winner.

“If you wanted to draw a picture of a horse, you couldn’t find a more perfect model. He’s a gorgeous horse, he’s a beautiful horse. And he’s got charisma”

Mine That Bird at the start of Kentucky Derby. Came in the winner! 2009.

Mine That Bird last in the 2009 Kentucky Derby. He will win by going up that narrow track along the rail, a favorite of jockey Calvin Borel. Like Funny Cide, Bird is also a gelding, and is a trail horse ridden in the mountains.

Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner, California Chrome, has been exercising this week at Belmont Park in preparation for the Belmont Stakes on June 7th. Hoping to become the first Triple Crown winner in 36 years, Chrome is trained by Art Sherman who comments that the Belmont field -- which grew yesterday to include Medal Count -- is made up of good horses and will be a tough race.

Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner, California Chrome

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