Shotgun Gulch and Garrett Gomez, left, edged Amen Hallelujah and John Velazquez to win the Vinery Madison Stakes and give C.R. Trout, the winner's breeder, owner and trainer, his first Grade I victory.
Shotgun Gulch and Garrett Gomez, left, edged Amen Hallelujah and John Velazquez to win the Vinery Madison Stakes and give C.R. Trout, the winner's breeder, owner and trainer, his first Grade I victory.
Shotgun Gulch and Garrett Gomez, left, edged Amen Hallelujah and John Velazquez to win the Vinery Madison Stakes and give C.R. Trout, the winner's breeder, owner and trainer, his first Grade I victory.

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