'No, not again!'
Of all the Kentucky Derbys run over the past 25 years -- from Genuine Risk's triumphant rush to the lead off the final turn in 1980 to long-shot Funny Cide's shocking charge to victory in this year's renewal -- none had the truly brilliant signature moment for which the '86 running will long be remembered.
It was the year of Ferdinand, an attractive chestnut with a golden clump of forelock between his ears and a white star above his luminous brown eyes. Ferdy was a neat-looking colt, a son ...
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