The inagural Super Derby was won by Belmont Stakes winner Temperence Hill, who went over the $1,000,000 in earnings for the year and secured the 3-year old colt championship with his victory.
Photo: Blood-Horse Library
Reinvested (outside) took the 1982 Super Derby over El Baba.
Photo: Bob Stevens
Sunny's Halo became the first Kentucky Derby winner to take the Super Derby in 1983.
Preakness winner Gate Dancer established a stakes and track record of 2:00.1 while winning the 1984 Super Derby.
Creme Fraiche became the second Belmont winner to win the Super Derby in 1985.
Wise Times gave Eddie Maple his third win in the Super Derby in 1986.
Alysheba makes his move in the 1987 Super Derby. Alysheba was the first Super Derby winner to later win the Breeders' Cup Classic.
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Seeking the Gold won the 1988 Super Derby, before finishing 2nd in the 1988 Breeders' Cup Classic to 1987 Super Derby winner Alysheba.
In 1989, Sunday Silence became the first Super Derby winner to win the Breeders' Cup Classic in the same year.
Free Spirit's Joy and Calvin Borel take the 1991 Super Derby.
Senor Tomas holds off Count the Time to score in the 1992 Super Derby.
Wallenda surges past the field in the 1993 Super Derby.
Photo: Four Footed Fotos
Kent Desormeaux and Soul of the Matter hold off Concern, who would go on to win that year's Breeders' Cup Classic.
Mecke equaled the stakes record in 1995.
Editor's Note became the latest Belmont winner to take the Super Derby in 1996.
Photo: Suzie Picou-Oldham
Deputy Commander and Chris McCarron power to victory in the 1997 Super Derby.
Ecton Park pulls away in the 1998 Super Derby.
Tiznow stopped at the 2000 Super Derby, before taking the Breeders' Cup Classic and Horse of the Year honors. He established a new stakes record of 1:59.84.
No stopping Essence of Dubai in 2002.
Photo: Natalie Ardoin
Ten Most Wanted, son of 1997 winner Deputy Commander, takes the 2003 Super Derby.
Photo: Louisana Downs/Reed Palmer
Fantasticat upsets the 2004 Super Derby, Borrego settles for 2nd.
Photo: Rafe Jordan
The Daddy holds off A.P. Arrow to take the 2005 running.
The 2007 edition went to Going Ballistic.
My Pal Charlie with Curt Bourque aboard took the 29th Super Derby in 2008.
Photo: Lou Hodges Jr.
And the 30th running of the Super Derby goes to Regal Ransom, who returned from a layoff to overpower the field.
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