Pants On Fire and Rosie Napravnik, front center, captured the  Louisiana Derby on March 26. Nehro, second from right, was second and Mucho Macho Man, front left, took third.
Pants On Fire and Rosie Napravnik, front center, captured the Louisiana Derby on March 26. Nehro, second from right, was second and Mucho Macho Man, front left, took third. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Pants On Fire and Rosie Napravnik, front center, captured the Louisiana Derby on March 26. Nehro, second from right, was second and Mucho Macho Man, front left, took third. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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