Winning trainer Charles Lopresti, right, gestured as he talked with jockey John Velazquez aboard Wise Dan after winning the Grade I, $500,000 Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs on Friday, Nov. 25, 2011, in Louisville.
Winning trainer Charles Lopresti, right, gestured as he talked with jockey John Velazquez aboard Wise Dan after winning the Grade I, $500,000 Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs on Friday, Nov. 25, 2011, in Louisville. Garry Jones Associated Press
Winning trainer Charles Lopresti, right, gestured as he talked with jockey John Velazquez aboard Wise Dan after winning the Grade I, $500,000 Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs on Friday, Nov. 25, 2011, in Louisville. Garry Jones Associated Press

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