History[ edit ] The Stanley family, Earls of Derby, had a long history of horse-racing, and James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby , who gained the Lordship of Mann in , instituted horse-racing on the Langness Peninsula on the Isle of Man , donating a cup for what became known as the " Manx Derby ". A new race was planned, and it was decided that it should be named after either the host of the party, the 12th Earl of Derby , or one of his guests, Sir Charles Bunbury the Bunbury Cup run at Newmarket would later be named in his honour. According to legend the decision was made by the toss of a coin, but it is probable that Bunbury, the Steward of the Jockey Club , deferred to his host. Lord Derby achieved his first success in the event in , with a horse called Sir Peter Teazle. The starting point of the race was moved twice during the 19th century. The first move, suggested by Lord George Bentinck , was in , and the second was in
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