On Saturday, I’ll Have Another will attempt to become the twelfth horse in racing history to sweep the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont Stakes.
Horse racing’s Laffit Pincay took some time to join The Norris & Davis Show to talk about this weekend’s Belmont Stakes.
Gary Stevens, a Hall of Fame Jockey, called into The Norris and Davis Show to talk about a possible Triple Crown in horse racing, and the recent troubles of fellow jockey Kent Desormeaux.
Three weeks ago – most of the nation has never heard of Horse trainer Doug O’Neill, Three weeks from now he may be part of “racing history “
I’ll Have Another poked his head out of his stall, started nibbling on his nameplate tacked to a wall and looked up at all the people watching his every move.
I’ll Have Another will face several familiar foes in his attempt to win the Belmont Stakes and become the first Triple Crown champion in 34 years.
The Preakness infield used to be a beer-doused festival of mayhem.
When the horses take the track for Saturday’s Triple Crown race, the nation’s eyes will be on Baltimore. Preakness weekend is filling the City’s streets, hotels and restaurants.
In the long history of the Preakness, there have been many exciting moments. Here’s a list of 5 of the most memorable.
A little music, some fried chicken and a glass full of the famous Black-Eyed Susan drink. It’s an odd combination that means the Alibi Breakfast at the Preakness is in full swing.
Six colts who ran in the Kentucky Derby will return for the Preakness including the top two finishers I’ll Have Another and Bodemeister.
The runner-up in the Kentucky Derby is the favorite for the Preakness.