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Domestic Product trainer, jockey, owner and more about the 2024 Kentucky Derby horse

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Domestic Product is one of 20 horses expected to compete in the Kentucky Derby on May 4, 2024 at Churchill Downs.

Spots in the Run for the Roses are earned by earning points in a series of Kentucky Derby prep races that began last September.

The post position draw for the Kentucky Derby is scheduled for Saturday, April 27th. The post position draw for the Kentucky Derby is scheduled for Saturday, May 4th at 6:57 p.m.

Domestic Product will advance to the Kentucky Derby on March 9 with a win in the Grade 3 Tampa Bay Derby. He currently sits 10th on the Kentucky Derby points list with 60 points.

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Domestic Product, trained by Chad Brown, is a contender for the 2024 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.Domestic Product, trained by Chad Brown, is a contender for the 2024 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.

Domestic Product, trained by Chad Brown, is a contender for the 2024 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.

Color: Dark brown/brown

Bred in: Kentucky

Father: Practical joke

Dam: Goods and services, from Paynter

Price tag: Homegrown

Owner: Klaravich Stables (Seth Klarman), 0 for 3 in the Derby. The best result in 2017 was fifth place with Practical Joke.

Trainer: Chad Brown, 0 for 7 in the derby. The best result was second place with Good Magic in 2018.

Jockey: Tyler Gaffalione, 0 for 6 in the derby. The best result was seventh place with War of Will in 2019.

Record: 2-1-0 in five starts

Career Earnings: $314,200

Path to Kentucky Derby Points: 60 (No. 10)

Last race: Won the Grade 3 Tampa Bay Derby on March 9th

Running style: stalker

Remarks: Domestic Product broke his first win at Aqueduct last October and has progressed through three outings since then. He placed seventh in the Grade 2 Remsen and second in the Grade 3 Holy Bull before the Tampa Bay Derby. …Brown had considered another prep race after the Tampa Bay Derby, but ultimately decided his horse had enough experience to compete in the Kentucky Derby after an eight-week break. Since 1922, no horse has won the Kentucky Derby after a break of more than seven weeks. … Klaravich was winless in the Derby and has won the Preakness twice with Cloud Computing (2017) and Early Voting (2022).

What you say: “He showed a lot of heart after he got pushed and he showed a lot of perseverance,” Brown said after the Tampa Bay Derby. “He got a good seasoning today. He had to evaluate and progressed a little slower, and I was really impressed with his heart and the fact that he ended up with his nose on the wire. I think this race will help him. That’s why I wanted to use him here because he needed a race like this for a little more experience and a little more endurance.”

Jason Frakes: 502-582-4046; [email protected]. Follow on X @KentuckyDerbyCJ.

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This article originally appeared in the Louisville Courier Journal: Kentucky Derby 2024 Horse Domestic Product Trainer, Owner, Jockey