Trainer Todd Pletcher, right, observed Carpe Diem as the colt took a drink while cooling down with Shannon Rydman after his workout at Keeneland. "He was very settled," Pletcher said of the Blue Grass Stakes winner. "It was a very good, progressive breeze and he picked it up each eighth."
Trainer Todd Pletcher, right, observed Carpe Diem as the colt took a drink while cooling down with Shannon Rydman after his workout at Keeneland. "He was very settled," Pletcher said of the Blue Grass Stakes winner. "It was a very good, progressive breeze and he picked it up each eighth." AP
Trainer Todd Pletcher, right, observed Carpe Diem as the colt took a drink while cooling down with Shannon Rydman after his workout at Keeneland. "He was very settled," Pletcher said of the Blue Grass Stakes winner. "It was a very good, progressive breeze and he picked it up each eighth." AP

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