The good news is the record breaking winner of this years Kentucky Derby, I’ll Have Another. The horse was overlooked at 15-1 in the field of 20, then made history by becoming the first horse to win the 138th Run for the Roses by 1½ lengths over Bodemeister from post 19 on a hot, Saturday afternoon before a record crowd of 150,000 + fans.
The bad news is that a body found in the stable area of Churchill Downs the morning after the Kentucky Derby, which officials are investigating as a homicide. Police say the death didn't appear to have associations with Churchill Downs.
This historic Louisville Kentucky racetrack enjoyed a record attendance of more than 165,000 for the 138th Run for the Roses.