On Saturday evening Croll vanned Holy Bull the 80 miles back to Monmouth. After getting a few days relaxation, the colt will spend the first part of his vacation at Keeneland, near Lexington, Ky., where last spring Croll first noticed that a lot of fans were jumping on the Holy Bull bandwagon. "They have an open stable area at Keeneland, and we had anywhere from 40 to 100 visitors a day," he said. "They came in droves. Now, when we go back, it might be a little hairy. Maybe we'll have to hide him."
No way, Jimmy. The Bull can run, as everybody knows, but he'll never again be able to hide.