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Kentucky Derby in the cards for J P's Gusto?

No decision has yet been made on whether J P's Gusto will run in the May 7 Kentucky Derby, Steve Bajer, who works as a bloodstock adviser to owner Dr. John Waken, said Friday.

Bajer said J P's Gusto was sent to Kentucky following last week's Arkansas Derby, in which he finished eighth in the 13-horse field. In his prior start, J P's Gusto finished seventh in the Rebel Stakes.
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