Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome got a bath after a jog on the track at Churchill Downs on Wednesday morning. "He wanted to get out there and do something," assistant trainer Alan Sherman said. "He's getting pretty mouthy, that guy."
Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome got a bath after a jog on the track at Churchill Downs on Wednesday morning. "He wanted to get out there and do something," assistant trainer Alan Sherman said. "He's getting pretty mouthy, that guy." ASSOCIATED PRESS
Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome got a bath after a jog on the track at Churchill Downs on Wednesday morning. "He wanted to get out there and do something," assistant trainer Alan Sherman said. "He's getting pretty mouthy, that guy." ASSOCIATED PRESS

California Chrome 'pretty mouthy' in return to track

May 07, 2014 06:30 PM

UPDATED May 07, 2014 09:01 PM

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