Hollywood's Horse at Kentucky Derby Finishes Last

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Comma to the Top, owned by MGM and Warner Bros. execs, fades to 19th after strong start.

Comma to the Top, owned by MGM co-chairmen Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment president Kevin Tsujihara, finished 19th and last Saturday in the 137th running of the Kentucky Derby.

Comma to the Top started quickly and set the pace as expected before fading. The gelding went off at odds of 34-to-1.

The first leg in horse racing's Triple Crown was captured by 20-1 choice Animal Kingdom before a record crowd of 164,858 at Churchill Downs. Nehro finished second and Mucho Macho Man was third.