Stay Thirsty gave owner Mike Repole his first win in a major Kentucky Derby prep in the Gotham. He was 12th in the Derby, but the New Yorker is glad the colt is set for Saturday.
Stay Thirsty gave owner Mike Repole his first win in a major Kentucky Derby prep in the Gotham. He was 12th in the Derby, but the New Yorker is glad the colt is set for Saturday.
Stay Thirsty gave owner Mike Repole his first win in a major Kentucky Derby prep in the Gotham. He was 12th in the Derby, but the New Yorker is glad the colt is set for Saturday.

Stay Thirsty has high hopes in Belmont

June 08, 2011 12:00 AM

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