Emmy Rules made a break for it before the 2nd race, but was quickly apprehended.
Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt
Grade III Astrology was the heavy favorite in race 3, but could do no better than 6th.
Workplace conversations, sharing a few words on the way to the paddock.
Do you see what I see?
Neck 'n Neck got the stakes action going in style.
Photo: Reed Palmer Photography, Churchill Downs
Winning the Matt Winn (gr. III) by 7 1/4 lengths.
Leandro Goncalves celebrates the win aboard Neck 'n Neck.
Then, it was on to the turf where favored Centre Court pulled away late to win the Regret Stakes (gr. III).
Power on display in the Regret.
G. Watts Humphrey Jr., owner of Centre Court, enjoys her Regret victory.
Javier Castellano a study in concentration, coming home on Centre Court.
Royal Delta rebounded from her trip to Dubai in a big way.
as she and Mike Smith won the Fleur de Lis (gr. II) by an easy 8 lengths.
Smiles all round after Royal Delta's impressive victory.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Leon Jr. of Besilu Stables, owner of Royal Delta.
Harvey Clarke, second right, Breeder of I'll Have Another received his Kentucky Derby trophy from Fred and Anna Seitz (third left).
Ron the Greek came through on the inside
to defeat favorite Wise Dan by a head in the Stephen Foster (gr. I).
Ron the Greek owners Adam Wachtel, facing camera, and Nils Brous rejoice in victory.
Ron the Greek's Stephen Foster victory gives him a place in the Breeders' Cup Classic at Santa Anita, where he previously won the Santa Anita Handicap.
Ron the Greek owners, l-r, Jack Hammer, Adam Wachtel, Nils Brous, Ethan and Brandon Brous, and Shirley Hammer
It was a good night for Bill Mott, trainer of both Royal Delta and Ron the Greek.
2012 Stephen Foster winners Ron the Greek and Jose Lezcano.
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