Kentucky Derby 137 profile on Uncle Mo.
Baffert and Pletcher win two of Saturday's Kentucky Derby prep races with their least likely contenders.
As expected, Uncle Mo wins the ungraded Timely Writer Stakes at Gulfstream Park.
Uncle Mo will try to recapture the momentum he had as a two-year-old when he makes the first start of his Sophomore season in the Timely Writer Stakes.
Stay Thirsty moves out from under Uncle Mo's shadow with a win in the $250,000 Grade 3 Gotham Stakes
Bill Mott-trained Unrivaled Belle took the $2 milllion Breeders' Cup Ladies Classic (GI) over favored Blind Luck under the lights at Churchill Downs.
A day after taking a tumble at Churchill Downs, jock Garrett Gomez and More Than Real swept four wide and drove hard to capture the $1 million Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf over favorite Winter Memories on the Matt Winn Turf Course under the famed Twin Spires.
Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver, and jockey Calvin Borel, drew the No. 8 post for Saturday's 135th Preakness Stakes and is the early 5-2 favorite for the Baltimore race.
In his first workout since winning the 136th Kentucky Derby, Super Saver had an easy and breezy exercise with jockey Calvin Borel aboard on Monday.
Borel takes the rail to win his third Kentucky Derby out of the last four.
Calvin Borel won his third Kentucky Derby in four years - becoming the first jockey to do so - Saturday aboard Super Saver.
Bo-Rail does it again; Trainer Todd Pletcher gets first Derby win!