Trainer Al Stall Jr. walked Blame up and down the shed row after working Monday at Churchill Downs. "It is very much luck that's gotten us here," Stall said.
Trainer Al Stall Jr. walked Blame up and down the shed row after working Monday at Churchill Downs. "It is very much luck that's gotten us here," Stall said.
Trainer Al Stall Jr. walked Blame up and down the shed row after working Monday at Churchill Downs. "It is very much luck that's gotten us here," Stall said.

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