Nyquist trainer Doug O’Neill, left, fist-bumped Jonny Garcia after the Kentucky Derby favorite worked on the main track at Keeneland in April. Assistant trainer Jack Sisterson, right, led them back to the barn.
Nyquist trainer Doug O’Neill, left, fist-bumped Jonny Garcia after the Kentucky Derby favorite worked on the main track at Keeneland in April. Assistant trainer Jack Sisterson, right, led them back to the barn. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Nyquist trainer Doug O’Neill, left, fist-bumped Jonny Garcia after the Kentucky Derby favorite worked on the main track at Keeneland in April. Assistant trainer Jack Sisterson, right, led them back to the barn. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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