If Zenyatta was disappointed, she sure didn't show it.
Barely a dozen hours after her 19-race winning streak was snapped when
Blame held her off by a head in the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic,
racing's reigning queen stood near the fence outside her barn at
Churchill Downs and held court - the way she always does.
There were pictures and poses. Signs and smiles.
A young girl in a pink jacket giggled nervously when the massive
6-year-old mare gently nuzzled her as fans pulled out cameras and cell
phones to capture the moment.