I never say never. But I doubt it. I think he needs a rest. But you never know with himUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 17, 2010
This is the time of year when they all start coming out of the woodwork -- start to separate the men from the boys. This is one of those stepping stones. He took a step in the right direction today. Hopefully, we can stay on that path towards the ultimate goal. You all know where that isUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Feb 18, 2008
To win this race three times in a row is very special, with the traditionUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Dec 18, 2006
The whole story is this: Let's just hope Barbaro lives. ... You have to cherish the moment in racingUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 22, 2006
I have to take it one step at a time with this horse and be thankful that he won this raceUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Mar 22, 2010
Nicholas Philip "Nick" Zito (born February 6, 1948 in New York City, New York) is an American Thoroughbred horse trainer.
Zito began his career as a hot walker and worked his way up to a groom, to an assistant trainer, and to a trainer. His first top level horse was Thirty Six Red with which he won the 1990 Grade 1 Wood Memorial Stakes and earned a second place finish in that year's Belmont Stakes. Nick Zito went on to win the Preakness once, and the Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes twice. He got his big break in 1991 when he won his first Kentucky Derby on Strike The Gold.
He was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 2005, a year that his stable won more than $8 million in purses. Zito has also trained the 1996 U.S. Champion2-Year-Old Filly Storm Song as well as Bird Town who was voted the 2003 U.S. Champion 3-Year-Old Filly.