By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
This horse is the fifth straight favorite to win the derby.
Todd Pletcher is the trainer of this horse. Pletcher – who was known as the trainer, who could never win this prestigious event – now has two Kentucky Derby wins.
Besides this win with Always Dreaming, Pletcher was also the trainer for Super Savor, who won the Kentucky Derby in 2010
State of Honor had a quick pace through the first quarter of the race, as he went 22.70 then 46.53 in the half mile.
Then, after six furlongs, Always Dreaming and Velazquez maneuvered to took the lead. He never looked back despite a late challenge from Lookin at Lee, who had 33-to-1 odds.
Always Dreaming paid $11.40, $7.20 and $5.80. Lookin at Lee was second with the trifecta including Battle of Midway, who finished third. This horse also had long-odds, as well.
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