Crimson China, with exercise rider Trina Pasckrale up, went out for a gallop at Keeneland. Team Valor owner Barry Irwin says the colt looks like he wants to go a mile and a quarter. Now all he needs to do is win the Blue Grass on Saturday.
Crimson China, with exercise rider Trina Pasckrale up, went out for a gallop at Keeneland. Team Valor owner Barry Irwin says the colt looks like he wants to go a mile and a quarter. Now all he needs to do is win the Blue Grass on Saturday.
Crimson China, with exercise rider Trina Pasckrale up, went out for a gallop at Keeneland. Team Valor owner Barry Irwin says the colt looks like he wants to go a mile and a quarter. Now all he needs to do is win the Blue Grass on Saturday.

Crimson China looks like a Derby horse, but he'll have to win Blue Grass

April 15, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 10, 2015 01:09 PM

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