Above: Trainer Todd Pletcher watched his horses on the track. He's saddling five for this year's Kentucky Derby.
Right: Derby hopeful Verrazano, left, with jockey Gary Stevens up, chased stablemate Authenticity during a morning workout at Churchill Downs. The undefeated Verrazano counts the Grade I Wood Memorial among his wins.
Above: Trainer Todd Pletcher watched his horses on the track. He's saddling five for this year's Kentucky Derby. Right: Derby hopeful Verrazano, left, with jockey Gary Stevens up, chased stablemate Authenticity during a morning workout at Churchill Downs. The undefeated Verrazano counts the Grade I Wood Memorial among his wins. Herald-Leader
Above: Trainer Todd Pletcher watched his horses on the track. He's saddling five for this year's Kentucky Derby. Right: Derby hopeful Verrazano, left, with jockey Gary Stevens up, chased stablemate Authenticity during a morning workout at Churchill Downs. The undefeated Verrazano counts the Grade I Wood Memorial among his wins. Herald-Leader

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