Mage, ridden by jockey Javier Castellano, crosses the finish line to win the 149th running of the Kentucky Derby. (Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

How a ‘gut decision’ in Timonium is paying off handsomely for the owners of Preakness favorite Mage

After selling for $290,000 at auction, the Kentucky Derby winner has proven to be a bargain.

Kyle Goon, The Baltimore Banner

The toughest match for a big dream is a hard budget.

Ramiro Restrepo and Gustavo Delgado Jr. came to Timonium last May with a mission to get one of the region’s most promising 2-year-old horse racing prospects. They even narrowed their wishlist down: a filly and a colt, both children of Good Magic — who once clipped the heels of 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify. FINISH READING HERE

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