LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 05: Mario Gutierrez celebrates atop I'll Have Another rounds turn three during the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 5, 2012 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Jayme Price/Getty Images)

2012 Kentucky Derby: 'I'll Have Another' Wins 138th Derby

I'll Have Another is the winner of the 138th Kentucky Derby. The horse's jockey, Mario Gutierrez, was riding in his first career Derby.

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2012 Kentucky Derby Triple Crown Results: 'I'll Have Another' Wins 138th Kentucky Derby

The 138th Kentucky Derby is complete and I'll Have Another is your winner. The horse's jockey, Mario Gutierrez, was riding in his first career Kentucky Derby. Doug O'Neil was the horse's trainer and J. Paul Reddam is the proud owner.

Bodemeister, who opened the day as the favorite with 4/1 odds, led most of the race, but I'll Have Another turned on the jets in the final stretch, passing Bodemeister with approximately 100 yards remaining. Bodemesiter finished the race second, followed by Dullahan in third.

Saturday's race marks the first time in Kentucky Derby history that the horse in the 19th pole position has won the race.

Below is a video of the race in its full entirety, often referred to as the "most exciting two minutes in sports".

For more on the Kentucky Derby, please be sure to check out And Down The Stretch They Come along with our StoryStream.

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2012 Kentucky Derby Winner: 'I'll Have Another' Wins 138th Derby

I'll Have Another has won the 138th Kentucky Derby. Mario Gutierrez was the jockey – who was riding in his first career Kentucky Derby – Doug O'Neil was the horse's trainer and J. Paul Reddam is the owner.

I'll Have Another began the day with 12/1 odds to win the Derby, and fell to 13/1 race time approached.

The favorite for most of the week – Bodemeister – led seemingly most of the race, before I'll Have Another turned on the jets in the final stretch to take the lead and ultimately win the race. Bodemeister finished second and Dullahan ended up finishing third.

This marks the first time in Kentucky Derby history that horse in the 19th pole position won the race.

Below is full a video of the race:

For more on the Kentucky Derby, please be sure to check out And Down The Stretch They Come along with our StoryStream.

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