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Conquest Mo Money To Stand At McKenna Thoroughbreds In New Mexico

Conquest Mo Money, a Grade 1-placed stakes winner, will begin his stallion career at McKenna Thoroughbreds in Taiban, N.M., for the 2019 breeding season. The 5-year-old son of Uncle Mo was retired in November due to a nagging suspensory injury, finishing with a record of three wins in seven career starts for earnings of $510,580. […]

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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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Soft Tissue Injury To Keep Conquest Mo Money Out Of Woody Stephens

Tom McKenna’s Conquest Mo Money has been ruled out of the Woody Stephens at Belmont Park next weekend, according to drf.com. The 3-year-old Uncle Mo colt was originally under consideration for the Belmont Stakes, but was reassigned to the Woody Stephens with the belief that the seven-furlong distance would be more suitable to his ability. […]

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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, Japan’s Epicharis Head Probables For Third Leg Of Triple Crown

With three weeks to go until the third leg of the Triple Crown, it appears that neither the Kentucky Derby nor the Preakness winner will be making an appearance in the Belmont Stakes for the first time since I’ll Have Another’s untimely retirement in 2012. According to the Daily Racing Form, neither colt has officially […]

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Cloud Computing ‘In Good Order’ Sunday; Several Preakness Contenders Thinking Belmont

Trainer Chad Brown and his crew welcomed Cloud Computing back to Belmont Park Sunday morning, some 15 hours after the colt’s dramatic victory in the 142nd Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico Race Course. Cloud Computing, co-owned by Seth Klarman’s Klaravich Stables and William Lawrence, edged Classic Empire by a head. Brown, 38, won the Preakness […]

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NYRA Bets Presents Preakness Countdown: This Year’s Yosemite Sams

Half of this year’s Preakness field consists of horses that didn’t run in the Derby. Every year for some reason, the media likes to call them “new shooters.”  We like to make fun of that. But what about these non-Derby entries? Do any of them have a chance? History suggests they are unlikely to win. Only […]

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La Previa Del Preakness: Un Favorito Al Lado Del Otro

En números, ahora hablamos de la mitad del tamaño de la nómina del Kentucky Derby. Este sábado 20, diez potros de tres años se enfrentarán en el Preakness Stakes (G1), segundo paso de la Triple Corona norteamericana. Always Dreaming aparece como favorito 4/5 en las inscripciones, luego de su impresionante victoria en el Kentucky Derby […]

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The Friday Show Presented By The Penn Mile: Baltimore Spirit?

There could hardly be a better name for a Kentucky Derby winner trying for a Triple Crown than Always Dreaming. But despite having a Triple Crown winner two years ago, the feat remains as difficult as ever. In this special Preakness edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss the contenders who […]

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