Plum Pretty and Martin Garcia, right, held off St. John's River  with Rosie Napravnik. "Down the lane, I was thinking my first Grade I win; I'm thinking a million dollars," said Napravnik, who will ride Pants On Fire in the Kentucky Derby. "It was such a disappointing loss."
Plum Pretty and Martin Garcia, right, held off St. John's River with Rosie Napravnik. "Down the lane, I was thinking my first Grade I win; I'm thinking a million dollars," said Napravnik, who will ride Pants On Fire in the Kentucky Derby. "It was such a disappointing loss."
Plum Pretty and Martin Garcia, right, held off St. John's River with Rosie Napravnik. "Down the lane, I was thinking my first Grade I win; I'm thinking a million dollars," said Napravnik, who will ride Pants On Fire in the Kentucky Derby. "It was such a disappointing loss."

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