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Soggy Kentucky Derby

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Bravazo, who finished sixth in the Kentucky Derby, probably will run in the Preakness for trainer D. Wayne Lukas, a six-time victor of the race.

"Right now I'm thinking just keep him healthy", he said. "Big, powerful, athletic face".

The 3-year-old colt arrived at Churchill Downs being compared by some to 2015 Triple Crown victor American Pharoah. When I got him out of the stall he was pulling me around.

BONUS: Since Bob also has the best hair in the biz - by far - we asked for his shampoo secret. and he told us! Derby runner-up Good Magic, last year's 2-year-old champion and Breeders' Cup Juvenile victor, appears unlikely to run in the Preakness. Three years ago, he trained American Pharoah to the sport's first sweep of the Derby, Preakness and Belmont in 37 years and just the 12th ever.

Justify moved into the lead by the 1-mile pole and cruised from there, crossing the finish line in 2 minutes, 4.20 seconds.

Smith's other Derby victory came in 2005 with Giacomo.

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With Justify winning the 144th running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday.

"For a horse to do what he has done he has to be really great", Baffert said. "It was a pretty awesome performance". "I just basically stayed out the way".

"I want him back in NY and that gives me time to decide what's next", trainer Chad Brown said.

Todd Pletcher, who dislikes running his horses again in two weeks, said Audible (third in the Derby), Magnum Moon, Vino Rosso and Noble Indy would return to his NY base. "That said, his sire came back in two weeks and won the Preakness".

Wayne Lukas is expected to take Bravazo, who finished sixth in the Derby, and Sporting Chance to Baltimore. "If he wins the Preakness then we'll see".

"I really thought I was going to get there", Good Magic's jockey, Jose Ortiz, said.

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