Assistant trainer Alan Sherman, right, led Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome and exercise rider Willie Delgado into a barn after a run over the track Thursday as a layer of thick fog sat above Pimlico in Baltimore. The colt's blood work showed no infection.
Assistant trainer Alan Sherman, right, led Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome and exercise rider Willie Delgado into a barn after a run over the track Thursday as a layer of thick fog sat above Pimlico in Baltimore. The colt's blood work showed no infection. AP
Assistant trainer Alan Sherman, right, led Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome and exercise rider Willie Delgado into a barn after a run over the track Thursday as a layer of thick fog sat above Pimlico in Baltimore. The colt's blood work showed no infection. AP

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