Maximum Security wins the richest horse race in world

$20-million Saudi Cup goes to DQ’d Kentucky Derby winner

Maximum Security probably will always be remembered for the race he didn’t win when last year he was the first horse in the 146-year history of the Kentucky Derby to be disqualified on race day for interference.

It was a tremendous race as he ran down Mucho Gusto and held off the talented mare Midnight Bisou at  the wire…

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