Borel celebrates his second Derby win in three years
Mine That Bird pulled off the second-biggest upset in Kentucky Derby history with a 50-1 triumph at Churchill Downs.
Calvin Borel, who won on Street Sense in 2007, drove the outsider to victory by six-and-three-quarter lengths ahead of Pioneer of the Nile.
It was the biggest winning margin since Assault won in 1946, and the longest-odds winner since Donerail in 1913.
"It was like he was born to run here in the dry - in the wet he looked even better," said trainer Chip Woolley.
Mine That Bird flew past 12 horses in a late surge up the rail, the same tactics Borel used to win two years ago.
"I learnt by Street Sense, being so patient with these three-year-olds," he said.
"They can only go so fast and so far. So I sat back and had a good trip and when I hollered at him he just went on."
Pre-race favourite Friesan Fire, finished 18th in the 19-horse field, with second-favourite Dunkirk coming 11th.