October 20, 2014
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - History-making jockey Calvin Borel didn't waste any time getting back to the winner's circle at Churchill Downs.
Less than 24 hours after guiding filly Rachel Alexandra to a memorable win in the Preakness, Borel piloted Sun Button to victory in the fourth race under the twin spires on Sunday.
It's just another day at the office for the 42-year-old Borel, who became the first jockey in history to win the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness aboard different horses.
Borel said he has little doubt Rachel Alexandra can run in the Belmont, but that decision won't be made for several more days. Trainer Steve Asmussen said he's going to give his superstar a couple of days off before sending her back out to the track on Wednesday.
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