Vino Rosso made a late charge to catch favorite McKinzie and win the 2019 Breeders' Cup Classic.
Vino Rosso, which started the race at 9-2 odds, finished 4 1/4 lengths ahead of McKinzie, who began at 5-2.
It's the fourth win of the weekend for Vino Rosso's jockey, Irad Ortiz Jr., and first Breeders win for trainer Todd Pletcher.
Vino Rosso follows in the footsteps of his sire, Curlin, which won the Breeders in 2008.
Mongolian Groom did not finish the race after pulling up near the eighth pole with an injury and left the track in an equine ambulance. He was apparently unable to put weight on his injured leg, according to Tim Layden of NBC Sports.
"Mongolian Groom sustained a serious injury to his left hind ankle," veterinarian Dr. Scott Palmer said, per Layden. "The injury is a serious one. He has been taken to Santa Anita Equine Hospital.''
Here's how bettors fared on a $2.00 wager:
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