Preakness Winner Cloud Computing Returns To Brown’s Care At Belmont Park

by | 09.01.2018 | 11:20am
Cloud Computing breezing at Palm Meadows in March 2018

Winner of the 2017 Preakness Stakes, Cloud Computing last ran fourth in the G3 Westchester Stakes on May 5 of this year. Following that start, the 4-year-old son of Maclean's Music was being pointed to the G1 Met Mile, but was diagnosed with an ankle chip which required surgery to remove.

According to drf.com, Cloud Computing was shipped back to trainer Chad Brown's string at Belmont Park last week. He rehabbed at Stonestreet, and breezed three times at Stonestreet Training Center in August before he was sent back to Brown.

Brown has not indicated a probable next start for the William Lawrence and Klaravich Stables-owned colt, though a logical spot might be the G1 Cigar Mile on Dec. 1.

Read more at drf.com.

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