"He looks no different than he did before the Kentucky Derby, so we're pretty happy where we are right now," said Baffert, who flew back home to California the day after the Derby and arrived in Louisville on Sunday night. "He looks healthy. He didn't lose an ounce of weight, which is important. That's one thing about him. The next day [after the Derby] when I brought him out, he was so bright and full of energy, I was pretty impressed myself. Usually, all my Derby winners, it takes them about five days to really snap out of it. But he was pretty sharp the whole time.