Winning trainer Art Sherman, left, was hugged by his son, assistant trainer Alan Sherman after their horse, California Chrome won the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs May 3, 2014. The race was won by horse no. 5- California Chrome with Victor Espinoza up. Horse no. 17 Commanding Curve with Shaun Bridgmohan  finished second. Horse no. 4-Danza with Joe Bravo up  finished third. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Winning trainer Art Sherman, left, was hugged by his son, assistant trainer Alan Sherman after their horse, California Chrome won the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs May 3, 2014. The race was won by horse no. 5- California Chrome with Victor Espinoza up. Horse no. 17 Commanding Curve with Shaun Bridgmohan finished second. Horse no. 4-Danza with Joe Bravo up finished third. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Winning trainer Art Sherman, left, was hugged by his son, assistant trainer Alan Sherman after their horse, California Chrome won the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs May 3, 2014. The race was won by horse no. 5- California Chrome with Victor Espinoza up. Horse no. 17 Commanding Curve with Shaun Bridgmohan finished second. Horse no. 4-Danza with Joe Bravo up finished third. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Winning trainer Art Sherman: 'Now my name will be up there'

May 03, 2014 09:35 PM

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