Preakness Stakes

Further Tests Required For McKinzie; Baffert Possibly Leaning Toward Preakness

Rather than rushing his very talented 3-year-old colt McKinzie, trainer Bob Baffert is definitely planning to skip Saturday’s Santa Anita Derby and possibly even the Kentucky Derby. The son of Street Sense was a little bit off in a hind leg after last week’s breeze, according to drf.com, but both x-rays and a nuclear scan were […]

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Under Armour Loss Will Leave ‘Quite A Void’ In Preakness Infield

The Under Armour brand has sponsored a tent in Pimlico’s infield on Preakness Day for years, but the finish line will be lacking the brand’s presence in 2018. According to the Baltimore Sun, Under Armour’s corporate decision is a result of struggling sales and stock prices, and the company will focus on “becoming a more operationally efficient […]

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Gaudet Aiming Undefeated Dynamic Asset Toward 2018 Preakness

A winner of more than 1,700 races in a 53-year training career and patriarch of one of Maryland racing’s most successful and respected racing families, Eddie Gaudet’s lone starter in the state’s biggest race came with Concealed Identity in the 2011 Preakness (G1). Now a multiple stakes-winning trainer in her own right, Gaudet’s eldest daughter […]

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Castellano Pasa A Ser El Tercer Jinete Mayor Productor De Dinero En La Historia Hípica Norteamericana

El venezolano Javier Castellano se convirtió en el tercer jinete con mayor dinero producido en la historia hípica norteamericana al desplazar al legendario Pat Day y ubicarse tan solo por debajo de dos luminarias de la fusta, John Velazquez y Mike Smith, ambos igualmente en plena actividad. A sus 40 años de edad, el nativo […]

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Tickets On Sale Now For 2018 Preakness Stakes

The Stronach Group announced today that tickets to the 2018 Preakness Stakes, Black Eyed Susan Day and Budweiser InfieldFest are on sale. The 143rd Preakness Stakes (G1), the Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown, and the crowd favorite Budweiser InfieldFest will take place on Saturday, May 19th, 2018, at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. […]

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Preakness Winner Cloud Computing Sidelined Due To Ankle Chip

Klaravich Stables and William Lawrence’s classic winner, Cloud Computing, will miss the remainder of the year after having a chip removed from a front ankle earlier this week. The Daily Racing Form reports that the chip was discovered after the colt worked a half-mile last Saturday morning at Belmont Park. Cloud Computing was sent to Rood & […]

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Cloud Computing Confirmed; All Three Triple Crown Race Winners To Enter Mid-Summer Derby

Trainer Chad Brown confirmed Monday morning that Klaravich Stables and William Lawrence’s Grade 1 Preakness winner Cloud Computing will enter the Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers Stakes presented by NYRA Bets, on Saturday, August 26 at Saratoga. By Maclean’s Music, a son of multiple graded stakes winner Distorted Humor, Cloud Computing impressively won his debut […]

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Travers: No Decision Yet From Cloud Computing Team, Girvin ‘Confident’ In Final Breeze

The decision on whether Klaravich Stable’s Cloud Computing will run in Saturday’s Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers presented by NYRA Bets will have to wait until Monday, according to trainer Chad Brown. The colt by Maclean’s Music breezed five furlongs on Saratoga Race Course’s main track Saturday morning, shortly before 9 with Hall of Fame jockey Javier Castellano in the irons. The […]

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Cloud Computing ‘Moving Extremely Well’ In Friday Breeze, Under Consideration For Travers

Preakness winner Cloud Computing breezed Friday morning, logging four furlongs in 49.09 seconds on the fast main track, remaining a possibility for the Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers presented by NYRA Bets on August 26. Cloud Computing breezed for the first time since finishing fifth in the Grade 2 Jim Dandy July 29. Ridden by […]

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Good Samaritan Tries Dirt, Bests Two Classic Winners In Jim Dandy

WinStar Farm, Head of Plains Partners, China Horse Club, and SF Racing Group’s Good Samaritan upset both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winners in Saturday’s Grade 2 Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga, flying from last-to-first in the stretch to win by 4 3/4 lengths. The sophomore son of Harlan’s Holiday, who had never raced on the […]

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