Jockey Victor Espinoza and California Chrome, right, pulled away at the top of the stretch in the Kentucky Derby. The winning time of 2:03.66
has fueled his doubters.
Jockey Victor Espinoza and California Chrome, right, pulled away at the top of the stretch in the Kentucky Derby. The winning time of 2:03.66 has fueled his doubters. Herald-Leader
Jockey Victor Espinoza and California Chrome, right, pulled away at the top of the stretch in the Kentucky Derby. The winning time of 2:03.66 has fueled his doubters. Herald-Leader

Rival trainers come to California Chrome's defense

May 11, 2014 07:07 PM

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