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1987 Kentucky Derby

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1987 Kentucky Derby

The 1987 Kentucky Derby was the 113th running of the Kentucky Derby. The race took place on May 2, 1987.[1]

Full results

Finished Post Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Time / behind
1st Alysheba Chris McCarron Dorothy & Pamela Scharbauer 2:03.40
2nd Bet Twice Craig Perret B.P. Levy & Cisely Stable
3rd Avies Copy Mickey Solomone T. Brown Badgett
4th Cryptoclearance Jose Santos Philip Teinowitz
5th Templar Hill G. Hutton Ervin J. Kowitz
6th Gulch Willie Shoemaker Peter M. Brant
7th Leo Castelli Jacinto Vasquez Peter M. Brant
8th Candi's Gold Sandy Hawley Royal Lines
9th Conquistarose Jerry Bailey Henryk de Kwiatkowski
10th On the Line Gary Stevens Eugene V. Klein
11th Shawklit Won Richard Migliore Edward Anchel
12th Masterful Advocate Laffit Pincay, Jr. H.J. Belles & D.A. Leveton
13th War Herb McCauley Tom Gentry
14th Momentus Don Brumfield Chillingworth & Duckett et al.
15th No More Flowers W. Guerra Arthur I. Appleton
16th Capote Angel Cordero, Jr. Klein, French & Beal
17th Demons Begone Pat Day Loblolly Stable


Post Horse Win Place Show
4 Alysheba $ 18.80 8.00 6.20
9 Bet Twice 10.00 7.20
14f Avies Copy 6.80


  1. ^ Kentucky Derby History, 1987
  2. ^ 1987 Kentucky Derby Results Tables

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