Preakness Stakes

Cloud Computing Stretches His Legs In Half-Mile Work; Brown Aiming For Jim Dandy

Preakness victor Cloud Computing breezed on Belmont’s main track Sunday morning, covering a half-mile in :49.40 for trainer Chad Brown. According to drf.com, the 3-year-old son of Maclean’s Music is being pointed to the July 29 G2 Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga. “It was a maintenance work, just something to let him stretch his legs a […]

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Llegó El Momento De Considerar Cambios En La Triple Corona Norteamericana?

Muchos periodistas, analistas y aficionados se hacen la misma pregunta cada vez que culmina la Triple Corona: es acaso el momento de cambiar? Comencemos por detallar la cantidad de tresañeros que han participado en las tres competencias (Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes y Belmont Stakes) en cada uno de los últimos diez años: 2008: Big Brown* […]

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Classic Empire Back On Track For Haskell; Always Dreaming, Cloud Computing Look At Jim Dandy

Though a hoof abscess denied juvenile champion Classic Empire a start in the final jewel of the Triple Crown, in which he would have likely been the favorite, the colt has been healing well and returned to jogging on the racetrack. According to drf.com, the 3-year-old son of Pioneerof the Nile, winner of this year’s Arkansas […]

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Gunnevera Ready To Resume Galloping At Gulfstream West; Sano Targeting Jim Dandy Stakes

Peacock Racing Stables’ Gunnevera, who will bypass the Belmont Stakes after competing in the Kentucky Derby (G1) and Preakness (G1), is being given a breather at Gulfstream Park West. “He’s doing very good, very good. He’ll start galloping this week,” said trainer Antonio Sano, whose multiple graded stakes-winning trainee finished seventh in the Kentucky Derby […]

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Lookin At Lee Posts ‘Very Good Breeze’ In Lone Work Before Belmont Stakes

Kentucky Derby runner-up Lookin at Lee is coming into the Belmont Stakes in top form, trainer Steve Asmussen told drf.com. The son of Lookin at Lucky worked a half-mile over the Belmont main track on Sunday in 48.42, his lone breeze since a fourth-place effort in the Preakness Stakes. “That’s a very good breeze for […]

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Classic Empire Pleases Connections In Final Breeze For Belmont Stakes

John Oxley’s Classic Empire, runner-up in the Preakness (Grade I) and fourth-place finisher in the Kentucky Derby (GI), breezed a half-mile in :50 at Churchill Downs on Friday morning in preparation for the $1.5 million Belmont Stakes (GI), the third jewel of the Triple Crown. Classic Empire, ridden by exercise rider Martin Rivera, breezed in […]

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Conquest Mo Money To Skip Belmont, Will Run In Woody Stephens Instead

Conquest Mo Money, who recently finished seventh in the G1 Preakness Stakes, will not run in the G1 Belmont Stakes June 10, the Daily Racing Form reports. The 3-year-old son of Uncle Mo will instead start in the G2 Woody Stephens Stakes at seven furlongs earlier on the Belmont card. Other runners possible for the Woody Stephens […]

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Classic Empire Returns To Churchill To Prepare For Belmont Stakes

John Oxley’s Classic Empire, who lost Saturday’s $1.5 million Preakness (Grade I) by a head two weeks after finishing fourth in the $2,395,800 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (GI), is scheduled to begin his preparations for the June 10 Belmont Stakes (GI) with a Friday morning jog at Churchill Downs. “We are really proud […]

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Pimlico: Asmussen Lands $50,000 Preakness Weekend Trainers’ Bonus

Although neither Lookin At Lee or Hence came home first in the G1 Preakness Stakes, trainer Steve Asmussen did take home $50,000 after coming out on top of the Preakness weekend trainers’ bonus sponsored by the Maryland Jockey Club. As the Daily Racing Form reported, in order for a trainer to be eligible for the bonus, he or […]

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Encuesta NTRA: Classic Empire Regresa Al Tope De Los Tresañeros, Arrogate Sin Variantes

Luego de llegar segundo en la edición 142 del Preakness Stakes (G1) en el hipódromo de Pimlico (Baltimore, Maryland) el pasado sábado, Classic Empire (21 votos al primer lugar, 405 puntos) es el primero en el ranking en la semana 17 de la Encuesta de los Mejores Tresañeros de la National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA), […]

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