It's almost like old times for John Shirreffs and Jerry Moss.
The trainer and the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame member are headed back to the Kentucky Derby together. This time, they've got two contenders.
Gormley won the $1 million Santa Anita Derby by a half-length, while stablemate Royal Mo finished third Saturday in Southern California.
In 2005, Shirreffs and Moss won the Kentucky Derby with 50-1 shot Giacomo, named for a son of Sting. Moss made the rock hall as co-founder of A&M Records.
"It's been such a great time bringing both of these horses up and both came through beautifully," Moss said in the winner's circle at Santa Anita.