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In 1780, Edward Smith-Stanley, 12th Earl of Derby, and Sir Charles Banbury, two of England's early racehorse owners, tossed a coin to decide which of them should give his name to a newly instituted Classic race. The Earl won, and the world-famous Derby came into being. Today, "Derbies" are also run in France, Italy, and the United States.

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