Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist spiked a fever after finishing third in the Preakness Stakes and will not run in next weekend’s Belmont.
Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist spiked a fever after finishing third in the Preakness Stakes and will not run in next weekend’s Belmont. Patrick Semansky AP
Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist spiked a fever after finishing third in the Preakness Stakes and will not run in next weekend’s Belmont. Patrick Semansky AP

Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist returns to track for first time since Preakness

June 02, 2016 02:42 PM

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