Owner Brereton Jones, far left, the former Kentucky governor, and trainer Larry Jones led Lovely Maria following Friday's Kentucky Oaks as jockey Kerwin D. Clark wiped away tears after the second Grade I victory of his 40-year career. Both of Clark's breakthrough triumphs came in the last month.
Owner Brereton Jones, far left, the former Kentucky governor, and trainer Larry Jones led Lovely Maria following Friday's Kentucky Oaks as jockey Kerwin D. Clark wiped away tears after the second Grade I victory of his 40-year career. Both of Clark's breakthrough triumphs came in the last month. Herald-Leader
Owner Brereton Jones, far left, the former Kentucky governor, and trainer Larry Jones led Lovely Maria following Friday's Kentucky Oaks as jockey Kerwin D. Clark wiped away tears after the second Grade I victory of his 40-year career. Both of Clark's breakthrough triumphs came in the last month. Herald-Leader

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