NORTH LIGHT & Kieren Fallon win the 2004 Epsom Derby in the famous Weinstock/Ballymacoll Stud silks

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North Light wins the 225th running of the Derby. The winner was ridden by Kieren Fallon and trained by Sir Michael Stoute.

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