What happened to Calvin the jockey?

What happened to Calvin the jockey?

Hall of Fame jockey Calvin Borel was arrested Wednesday in Hot Springs, Ark., charged with driving while intoxicated. Three-time Kentucky Derby-winning jockey Calvin Borel was arrested Wednesday night in Hot Springs, Ark., for driving while intoxicated, according to the Daily Racing Form.

How much money did Mine That Bird win in the Kentucky Derby?

Mine That Bird (foaled May 10, 2006) is a champion American Thoroughbred racehorse who won the 2009 Kentucky Derby at 50-1 odds and came second in the Preakness Stakes and third in the Belmont Stakes. He had earnings of $2,228,637 and was inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 2015.

Who won the Kentucky Derby 2008?

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2008 Kentucky Derby/Winners

What is the tallest jockey in the Kentucky Derby?

The tallest jockey to ever win the Kentucky Derby was Johnny Sellers, five foot 7 and a quarter inches. The tallest male jockey that is still riding is Richard Hughes from the United Kingdom who measures 5’10” tall.

Is Mine That Bird still alive?

Mine That Bird is now 13 years old and lives on owner Allen’s Double Eagle Ranch in Roswell. He has his own paddock and, on one of the shaded canopies is a miniature replica of the Twin Spires of Churchill Downs. He will live there the rest of his days, remembered for that one magical day at Churchill Downs in 2009.

What was the value of the Kentucky Derby in 2009?

The 2009 Kentucky Derby was the 135th running of the Kentucky Derby. The value of the race was $2,177,000 in stakes.

Who was the horse that won the Kentucky Derby?

Mine that Bird has won the Kentucky Derby! An impossible result here!” The ending of the race came as a complete and utter shock to those in attendance as Mine That Bird, trained by “Chip” Woolley, Jr. and ridden by Calvin Borel, running dead last until the final turn, suddenly moved into the lead in the final furlong.

What was odds on Mine That Bird to win Kentucky Derby?

A two-dollar win wager returned $103.20, making Mine That Bird the second-biggest upset winner in Kentucky Derby history, behind 91-1 longshot Donerail in 1913. Mine That Bird had the third longest odds in the 19-horse field, with only Atomic Rain (55-1) and Join in the Dance (51-1) being higher.

Who was the winner of the Louisiana Derby?

Friesan Fire, winner of the Louisiana Derby, started the race as the 19-5 (3.80-1) favorite. Post positions were drawn Thursday, April 30, 2009. 3.80 Fav.