Kentucky Derby 2011 reactions and results.\r\n8:22: Crist: &quot;The winner was best and is obviously a very nice horse to have won at five different tracks over three different types of surfaces in just five career starts. You'd think that the first four finishers are Preakness-bound along with beaten favorite Dialed In (8th), who is still eligible for that goofy Preakness $5 million bonus for having won the Holy Bull and Florida Derby. The Derby winner was sired by one of my favorite turf horses -- Leroidesanimaux ...&quot; Read more &raquo;\r\nRecap: Full wrap-up by Jay Privman.&nbsp;&quot;This horse was so powerful today,&quot; trainer Graham Motion said. &quot;I didn't know for sure he would handle the switch over to dirt. This is a very special horse.&quot; Read more &raquo;\r\nResults: Kentucky Derby fractions and payouts &raquo;\r\nKENTUCKY&nbsp;DERBY&nbsp;REPLAY&nbsp;AND FULL&nbsp;CHART &gt;&gt;\r\n7:24: Watchmaker: &quot;Even though he had never raced on dirt before, enough people were impressed with the way Animal Kingdom trained on the dirt here at Churchill Downs that this colt making his first start on a new surface in the Kentucky Derby wasn't quite the concern that it might normally be. But where you really have to hand it to trainer Graham Motion is how he had Animal Kingdom primed for such an explosive winning performance in his first start since winning the Spiral six weeks ago. And make no mistake about it, Animal Kingdom was explosive in the Derby. He was much the best.&quot; Read more &raquo;\r\n6:40: Animal Kingdom wins the 2011 Kentucky Derby over Nehro and Mucho Macho Man.\r\nWATCH KENTUCKY&nbsp;DERBY REPLAY &gt;&gt;\r\nComplete order of finish:\r\nAnimal Kingdom\r\nNehro\r\nMucho Macho Man\r\nShackleford\r\nMaster of Hounds\r\nSantiva\r\nBrilliant Speed\r\nDialed In\r\nPants On Fire\r\nTwice The Appeal\r\nSoldat\r\nStay Thirsty\r\nDerby Kitten\r\nDecisive Moment\r\nArcharcharch\r\nMidnight Interlude\r\nTwinspired\r\nWatch Me Go\r\nComma to the Top\r\nWelcome to Kentucky Derby Day live on DRF.com.\r\n6:00: Crist: &quot;I made a token win bet on my scratched-into Derby 'pick' of Mucho Macho Man, poured myself two fingers of Maker's Mark, and will try to find a couple of Wint-O-Green Life Savers for garnish to call it a julep. Good luck to all and I'll be back after the race.&quot; Live blog &raquo;\r\n5:45: A record Kentucky Derby crowd of 164,858 was announced by Churchill Downs as the attendance on Saturday for the 137th Derby, beating the previous mark of 163,628, set for the 100th Derby in 1974.\r\n5:20: Live odds from the DRF.com toteboard: View live odds &raquo;\r\n\r\nWith about an hour until post time (now listed at 6:28), Dialed In is the 5-1 favorite. Pants On Fire is 7-1.\r\n4:56: Ramon Dominguez just scored aboard Get Stormy in the Woodford Reserve Turf Classic, the last undercard stakes before the Kentucky Derby. He'll ride Stay Thirsty in the Derby, which has a scheduled post time of 6:24 p.m.\r\nCrist: &quot;Early favorite for the 141st Derby in 2015: It was just announced on NBC that the Curlin-Rachel Alexandra foal due in February is a colt.&quot; Live blog &raquo;\r\n4:20: Kentucky Derby odds seem to be getting pretty set now.\r\n1 Archarcharch 13 \r\n2 Brilliant Speed 26 \r\n3 Twice The Appeal 10 \r\n4 Stay Thirsty 15 \r\n5 Decisive Moment 37 \r\n6 Comma To The Top 36 \r\n7 Pants On Fire 7 \r\n8 Dialed In 5 \r\n9 Derby Kitten 34 \r\n10 Twinspired 29 \r\n11 Master Of Hounds 13 \r\n12 Santiva 34 \r\n13 Mucho Macho Man 9 \r\n14 Shackleford 24 \r\n15 Midnight Interlude 8 \r\n16 Animal Kingdom 21 \r\n17 Soldat 14 \r\n18 Uncle Mo SCR\r\n19 Nehro 10 \r\n20 Watch Me Go 29\r\nWatchmaker sees hints of a dead rail: &quot;I've had a nagging feeling all day that the rail was not the place to be on the main track, and after the Churchill Downs Stakes (which, by the way, was easily the strongest sprint race so far this year), I have come to believe that to be the case. Yes, I know that in the Churchill Downs Stakes, Aikenite broke from the rail and he got up to nip Apriority, who broke from post three. But both did their best running once they got to the outside.&quot; Read more &raquo;\r\n3:52: Robby Albarado, winning jockey in the Humana Distaff aboard Sassy Image, on losing his Derby mount aboard Animal Kingdom to John Velazquez: Team Valor head Barry Irwin &quot;decided he didn't think I was fit to ride; he didn't know my status or my situation. I'm just glad they thought of me first or all and I'll get plenty of opportunities to ride in the Derby down the road and this just wasn't my time today... I feel better than I look, I know that. It doesn't feel bad at all.&quot; Inside Post &raquo;\r\n3:42: Steven Crist, weatherman: &quot;Looks like we're going to get lucky with the weather: Just a few sprinkles so far, and the Doppler pictures make it look like Louisville's clear for the rest of the day.&quot; Live blog &raquo;\r\n3:20: Another odds update sees Irish invader Master of Hounds plunge from 18-1 to 12-1, and Midnight Interlude drop from 10-1 to 8-1. Midnight Interlude's trainer, Bob Baffert, won Friday's Kentucky Oaks with Plum Pretty.\r\n1 Archarcharch 13 \r\n2 Brilliant Speed 26 \r\n3 Twice The Appeal 10 \r\n4 Stay Thirsty 16 \r\n5 Decisive Moment 37 \r\n6 Comma To The Top 36 \r\n7 Pants On Fire 7 \r\n8 Dialed In 5 \r\n9 Derby Kitten 34 \r\n10 Twinspired 29 \r\n11 Master Of Hounds 12 \r\n12 Santiva 35 \r\n13 Mucho Macho Man 9 \r\n14 Shackleford 24 \r\n15 Midnight Interlude 8 \r\n16 Animal Kingdom 22 \r\n17 Soldat 14 \r\n18 Uncle Mo SCR\r\n19 Nehro 10 \r\n20 Watch Me Go 28\r\n2:45: Current Kentucky Derby odds:\r\n1 Archarcharch 13 \r\n2 Brilliant Speed 25 \r\n3 Twice The Appeal 10 \r\n4 Stay Thirsty 15 \r\n5 Decisive Moment 36 \r\n6 Comma To The Top 35 \r\n7 Pants On Fire 7 \r\n8 Dialed In 5 \r\n9 Derby Kitten 32 \r\n10 Twinspired 27 \r\n11 Master Of Hounds 18 \r\n12 Santiva 33 \r\n13 Mucho Macho Man 9 \r\n14 Shackleford 23 \r\n15 Midnight Interlude 10 \r\n16 Animal Kingdom 21 \r\n17 Soldat 14 \r\n18 Uncle Mo xx\r\n19 Nehro 10 \r\n20 Watch Me Go 28\r\nVideo: Mike Watchmaker in Louisville gives his final thoughts on this year's Derby:\r\nYour browser does not support iframes\r\n2:30 p.m.: Steven Crist will be live blogging the entire Kentucky Derby Day card and has posted his pick five. Read more &raquo;\r\nMike Watchmaker is on the scene in Louisville and will be posting his reactions from a handicapping perspective. Read more &raquo;\r\nByron King will be providing ontrack updates on the Inside Post. Read more &raquo;\r\nWelcome to Kentucky Derby Day live on DRF.com: Stay tuned for Churchill Downs race results, handicapping analysis, and updates from Louisville for the 2011 Kentucky Derby.