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The Epsom Derby 2017 was held on 3rd June. The winner was Wings of Eagles, with odds of 40/1, while the favourite – Cracksman, ridden by Frankie Dettori – came in third. This was the biggest Derby upset in 43 years! See the full Epsom Derby 2017 results below.

Wings of Eagles Derby winner 2017

2017 Runners

2nd Cliffs of Moher Ryan Moore 5-1
3rd Cracksman Frankie Dettori 7-2
4th Eminent Jim Crowley 5-1
5th Benbatl Oisin Murphy 20-1
6th Capri Seamie Heffernan 16-1
7th Douglas Macarthur Colm O'Donoghue 25-1
8th Best Solution Pat Cosgrave 12-1
9th Glencadam Glory James Doyle 33-1
10th Permian William Buick 8-1
11th Dubai Thunder Adam Kirby 9-1
12th Our Venice Beach Donnacha O'Brien 12-1
13th Salouen Fran Berry 33-1
14th Khalidi Pat Smullen 20-1
15th Crowned Eagle Andrea Atzeni 33-1
16th Rekindling Wayne Lordan 25-1
17th The Anvil Ana O'Brien 66-1
18th Go Go First Silvestre De Sousa 100-1

Interesting facts about the Derby at Epsom:


  •  The fastest Derby was recorded in 2010 by Workforce who holds the course record at 2 minutes 31.33 seconds.

  • The widest winning margin was 10 lengths by Shergar in 1981.

  • Suffragette Emily Davison was killed when struck down by the Kings horse Amner in the 1913 Derby.  There is a plaque in her memory at Tattenham corner.

  • Alex Greaves was the first female Jockey to ride in the Derby in 1996, there has been two others since – Hayley Turner and Ana O’Brien.

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