Jockey James Graham, aboard Karlovy Vary, pumped his fist in celebration after their victory in the Grade I Ashland Stakes. The bay filly ran 11⁄16 miles in 1:44.82.
Jockey James Graham, aboard Karlovy Vary, pumped his fist in celebration after their victory in the Grade I Ashland Stakes. The bay filly ran 11⁄16 miles in 1:44.82. ©2012 Herald-Leader
Jockey James Graham, aboard Karlovy Vary, pumped his fist in celebration after their victory in the Grade I Ashland Stakes. The bay filly ran 11⁄16 miles in 1:44.82. ©2012 Herald-Leader

Karlovy Vary leads from start to finish in Ashland stunner

April 07, 2012 7:49 PM

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