During a pre-Derby workout April 30, I'll Have Another, ridden by Johnny Garcia, was led by Lava Man, who has settled into a new job as stable pony after retiring from a $5.2 million racing career.
During a pre-Derby workout April 30, I'll Have Another, ridden by Johnny Garcia, was led by Lava Man, who has settled into a new job as stable pony after retiring from a $5.2 million racing career. Herald-Leader
During a pre-Derby workout April 30, I'll Have Another, ridden by Johnny Garcia, was led by Lava Man, who has settled into a new job as stable pony after retiring from a $5.2 million racing career. Herald-Leader

Lava Man has graduated from racing star to trainer Doug O'Neill's lead pony

May 15, 2012 05:44 PM

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