Dennis Hopper After a Win, Kentucky Derby, 2002
© Graham Nash

Dennis Hopper After a Win, Kentucky Derby, 2002

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By Graham Nash
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"In 2002, I took my wife to the Kentucky Derby for our anniversary. It was May 4th. Obviously, people knew who I was, and we had great seats. Dennis Hopper was sitting behind us. Now, I'm not a betting man, but I looked through the things and I saw a horse called War Emblem. We were right in the middle of the Afghanistan war, and I thought, 'War Emblem, fuck, I'll put a hundred dollars on that . . . ' Well, the bloody thing won! I won about $2000 for a hundred-dollar bet. Dennis played the same horse. And that's the moment he realized that he won." 

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Dennis Hopper After a Win, Kentucky Derby, 2002
Dennis Hopper After a Win, Kentucky Derby, 2002