The stunning DQ, a first-ever for a victor in the 145-year history of the Derby, was heightened, given the horse's profile.
"It was a rough and tumble race on a wet and sloppy track, actually, a attractive thing to watch", Trump wrote Sunday morning.
Trump initially mis-spelled "Kentucky" when giving his verdict on the decision, claiming the decision was a product of "political correctness".
Kentucky Horse Racing Commission chief steward Barbara Borden said the riders of Long Range Toddy and Country House lodged objections against Maximum Security for interference.
'It feels pretty darn good, ' an elated Mott said after the race.
Just after Maximum Security seemed to add a dizzying chapter to an implausible surge of a lightly raced colt claimed in December for a paltry $16,000, 65-1 shot Country House became the victor.
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Portland led by as many as 10 points in the opening half but the Nuggets pulled in front 38-37 on Murray's running 3-pointer. In what should come as little surprise though, Nuggets head coach Mike Malone came to his star man's defense.
Fans were forced to wait for 20 long minutes to find out who would take home the title, after Maximum Security was reported for veering out of line and impeding upon other horses.
Owner Gary West said Sunday he is unsure whether to enter Maximum Security in the Preakness as he ponders appealing the historic decision. However, both Maximum Security and Country House remain noncommittal.
As the 2019 Derby drew near, Prat began last week fearful he would be remembered as the guy who gave up the ride on the likely Kentucky Derby victor. "I'm glad I didn't have to make a decision in front of a hundred thousand people and millions of people watching around the world". "I'm damn glad they put our number up".
He said the two horses - War of Will and Long Range Toddy - between them had more trouble but his horse felt the effect of Maximum Security's move.
It came after Maximum Security had been clearly best, an unbeaten colt claimed last December for $16,000 who shooed misgivings caused by the soft pace in the Florida Derby in March to fend off 18 rivals with wire-to-wire aplomb in the biggest race in May.
What looked like a dominant victory for Maximum Security, which led wire to wire at the 145th edition of the Kentucky Derby, turned controversial very quickly. First-place finisher Dancer's Image tested positive for a prohibited medication, and Kentucky state racing officials ordered the purse money to be redistributed.