Louisville basketball head coach Rick Pitino, friends with the owner of the owners of Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming, signals the crowd after the colt, trained by Todd Pletcher, wins the 143rd running at Churchill Downs May 6, 2017.
Louisville basketball head coach Rick Pitino, friends with the owner of the owners of Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming, signals the crowd after the colt, trained by Todd Pletcher, wins the 143rd running at Churchill Downs May 6, 2017. Jonathan Palmer Lexington Herald-Leader
Louisville basketball head coach Rick Pitino, friends with the owner of the owners of Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming, signals the crowd after the colt, trained by Todd Pletcher, wins the 143rd running at Churchill Downs May 6, 2017. Jonathan Palmer Lexington Herald-Leader
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