Jockey Julian Pimentel, at Churchill Downs for the first time in his career, talks about his workout aboard Win Win Win (half-mile in 47 3/5) with a workmate – and also inadvertently with the Bill Mott-trained tandem of Tacitus and Country House, who were working 5 furlongs and caught up with Win Win Win as Pimentel was starting the work.
Win Win Win had three wins and a second in his four races with Pimentel before finishing third in the Tampa Bay Derby and second in the Wood Memorial under Irad Ortiz, who opted to ride Improbable.
Win Win Win has never missed the board in 6 starts with over $350,000 in winnings. He will be closing quickly in the stretch.
Special Thanks to Jennie Rees, Kentucky HBPA