Birthday boy Brian Hernandez Jr. celebrated aboard Fort Larned as they crossed the finish line a half-length ahead of Mucho Macho Man to win the Breeders' Cup's main event at Santa Anita Park on Saturday.
Birthday boy Brian Hernandez Jr. celebrated aboard Fort Larned as they crossed the finish line a half-length ahead of Mucho Macho Man to win the Breeders' Cup's main event at Santa Anita Park on Saturday. AP
Birthday boy Brian Hernandez Jr. celebrated aboard Fort Larned as they crossed the finish line a half-length ahead of Mucho Macho Man to win the Breeders' Cup's main event at Santa Anita Park on Saturday. AP

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