135th running of the Kentucky Derby
And they're off!
Horses take off to start the 135th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 2 in Louisville, Ky.
Last but not least
Jockey Calvin Borel and 50-1 shot Mine that Bird, left, run through the first turn in last place.
Calvin Borel rides Mine That Bird to victory, becoming the second-biggest long shot in Derby history to win. Mine That Bird won by 6 3/4 lengths, the largest Derby margin of victory since 1946.
Magic in the mud
After bringing Mine That Bird along the rail from last place to first, jockey Calvin Borel brings Mine That Bird down the stretch to victory.
Mine That Bird finishes off the field with Churchill Downs' famous steeples in the background.
Calvin Borel captures his second Kentucky Derby in three years. Two years ago, he rode Street Sense to victory.
Time to celebrate
Calvin Borel raises his arms in exhultation after winning the race.
21-hour trip worth it
Trainer Bennie "Chip" Woolley, who drove for 21 hours to reach Churchill Downs with a broken leg, hugs jockey Calvin Borel.
'They'll know who I am now'
Mine That Bird trainer Chip Woolley kisses the trophy after his horse won the Derby.
Bird is the word
A worker puts up the name of Mine That Bird after the race.