HALLANDALE Beach, Fla. (AP) — Almost everything is going Vincent Viola’s way these days. He owns the Florida Panthers, and they’re effectively on their way to the Stanley Cup playoffs.
And he also owns Recognized Agenda, who is now very well on his way to the Kentucky Derby.
Recognised Agenda ran away from the area in the Florida Derby on Saturday, and may possibly retain on going all the way to Churchill Downs to begin the Triple Crown time.
Jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. guided Recognized Agenda to the win in the Quality 1, $750,000 race at Gulfstream Park, picking up 100 Kentucky Derby standings details — which will be much more than enough to qualify him for that race in 5 weeks.
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