“Ridin with Biden,” the horse named after the Democrat president, came in dead last in the 2023 Pegasus World Cup.
The name comes from one of Biden’s campaign slogans which is often used by the Democrats and many in Hollywood.
Ridin with Biden was a 20-1 favorite in this year’s race at Gulfstream Park in Florida.
In the past six years, the Pegasus World Cup has quickly established itself as South Florida’s leading luxury sports and lifestyle event of the year.
Nationally broadcast on NBC and distributed globally, the Pegasus World Cup attracts A-list celebrity attendees, fashion icons, influencers, and avid fans to catch a glimpse of the sport’s most iconic event of the year.
Launched in 2017 as part of 1/ST’s mission to excite, energize and modernize the sport of racing for a new generation of fans, the Pegasus World Cup provides lucrative opportunities for Thoroughbred owners and trainers.
The 2022 Pegasus World Cup hit a record-setting handle with over $43.8 million wagered on the 12-race program, an 8% increase from 2021 and surpassed the 2020 record of $41.8 million.
Great day for me. Can’t make this up and let’s hope it’s prophetic. Today Gulfstream Park hosted the $3 Million Pegasus World Cup thoroughbred horse race. There were 13 horses in the race. Guess the name of the horse that came in dead last?
“RIDIN WITH BIDEN” pic.twitter.com/wC6rGsNgcU
— Kathy Mazyck (@KathyMazyck) January 28, 2023
Ridin With Biden is a 5-year-old gelding and has raced from 2020 to 2023.
He was sired by Constitution out of the Counterpoint mare Allemande.
He was trained by Robert Reid, Jr. and has raced for Cash is King LLC and LC Racing, and was bred in Kentucky, United States by William Harrigan & Mike Pietrangelo.
Ridin With Biden has raced at Belmont Park, Delaware Park, Gulfstream Park, Laurel Park, Monmouth Park, Parx Racing with wins at Delaware Park, Laurel Park, Parx Racing.
His stakes wins include wins in the 2023 Kris Kringle (LS), 2022 Turkey Trot (LS), 2022 Greenwood Cup (G3), and the 2022 Deputed Testamony (LS).
— Duncan James66 (@James66Duncan) January 30, 2023