With regular rider John Velazquez aboard, Carpe Diem worked at Keeneland on a freshly harrowed main track at 10 a.m. Velazquez said the eager horse ran "a bit faster than I wanted."
With regular rider John Velazquez aboard, Carpe Diem worked at Keeneland on a freshly harrowed main track at 10 a.m. Velazquez said the eager horse ran "a bit faster than I wanted."
With regular rider John Velazquez aboard, Carpe Diem worked at Keeneland on a freshly harrowed main track at 10 a.m. Velazquez said the eager horse ran "a bit faster than I wanted."

Carpe Diem gets fresh track, royal treatment at Keeneland

April 18, 2015 08:16 PM

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