Tests performed on Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver at the Rood and Riddle equine clinic in Kentucky have revealed condylar bruising that will sideline the WinStar Farm-owned son of Maria&rsquo;s Mon.\r\nSince his Derby win, Super Saver has finished eighth in the Preakness, fourth in the Haskell Invitational, and 10th in the Travers.\r\nDr. Larry Bramlage of Rood and Riddle performed a bone scan that revealed the injury.\r\n&ldquo;A bone scan revealed marked activity in all four cannon bones,&rdquo; said Bramlage. &ldquo;The left front fetlock has the most radiographic change with a major bruise on the cannon bone. Once these are resolved, the horse should return to his previous form.&rdquo;\r\nSuper Saver gave trainer Todd Pletcher his first Kentucky Derby win this spring.\r\n&ldquo;This explains a lot to me,&rdquo; Pletcher said. &ldquo;I couldn&rsquo;t understand those last few efforts where Super Saver didn&rsquo;t extend and lay it out there like he had in every other race he ran through the Kentucky Derby victory.\r\n&ldquo;He has always been very gutsy and determined in his races, even when he set fast fractions, so this answers a lot of head scratching.&rdquo;\r\nSuper Saver is currently at WinStar Farm, where his progress will be monitored.