Jockey Mario Gutierrez and Nyquist, right, pulled away from Exaggerator and Kent Desormeaux to win the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. It was Exaggerator’s fourth attempt to beat Nyquist, and each time, he has gotten a little closer.
Jockey Mario Gutierrez and Nyquist, right, pulled away from Exaggerator and Kent Desormeaux to win the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. It was Exaggerator’s fourth attempt to beat Nyquist, and each time, he has gotten a little closer. David Stephenson
Jockey Mario Gutierrez and Nyquist, right, pulled away from Exaggerator and Kent Desormeaux to win the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. It was Exaggerator’s fourth attempt to beat Nyquist, and each time, he has gotten a little closer. David Stephenson

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