Two years after winning the 1998 Kentucky Derby, Real Quiet was helped by groom Jesse Hendrix at The Vinery, the farm on Spurr Road where Real Quiet stands at stud.
Two years after winning the 1998 Kentucky Derby, Real Quiet was helped by groom Jesse Hendrix at The Vinery, the farm on Spurr Road where Real Quiet stands at stud. LEXINGTON HERALD LEADER
Two years after winning the 1998 Kentucky Derby, Real Quiet was helped by groom Jesse Hendrix at The Vinery, the farm on Spurr Road where Real Quiet stands at stud. LEXINGTON HERALD LEADER

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