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Rosie Napravnik's roots in Maryland run so deep, many get the impression the highly successful jockey was born there.
Trainer Dallas Stewart flew under the radar in last year's Kentucky Derby, surprising many experts when Golden Soul rallied from far back to get second at 34-1.
Wicked Strong, the colt named for the victims of last year's Boston Marathon bombings, replaced Hoppertunity as the early second choice at 6-1.
Bob Baffert is down to one horse for the Kentucky Derby after early 6-1 second choice Hoppertunity was scratched Thursday because of a sore left front foot.
Hoppertunity could knock for Bob Baffert in the Kentucky Derby, giving the Hall of Fame trainer a fourth victory in the Run for the Roses.
Trained by 77-year-old Art Sherman, California Chrome drew the No. 5 post on Wednesday. Eight horses have won from there, most recently Funny Cide in 2003.
Tapiture was cool and poised in his final Kentucky Derby workout despite the rough conditions Monday at Churchill Downs.
The garland of red roses. The solid gold trophy. An estimated payday of $1.24 million.
Bob Baffert joked that Hoppertunity "wasn't even on the radar" for a potential Kentucky Derby run during training late last year as a 2-year-old.