Kentucky Derby contender Mohaymen restores goose bumps

375037_574614779229396_1262672701_n LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin maintains the version of Mohaymen that showed up for the Florida Derby on April 2 was an aberration. The horse who spun his wheels over a rain-soaked track en route to finishing fourth that evening was in stark contrast to the effortlessly moving colt that spoiled his connections into thinking…

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