The runner-up in the Kentucky Derby is the favorite for the Preakness.
Four days before the Preakness, I’ll Have Another trainer Doug O’Neill was feeling very skittish about his pending appearance on the grand stage.
I know it’s a little early, but I am heading out on vacation and wanted to give my “unofficial” prediction for the race. I liked Dullahan in the Derby, who finished third.
After bucking the odds to become a major player in the sports apparel business, Kevin Plank is eyeing a similar role in horse racing.
The owners of third-place Kentucky Derby finisher Dullahan say the colt won’t be running in the Preakness Stakes on May 19.
With five nationally-known bands on two stages, it’s a good bet that if you buy a ticket to the 2012 Preakness InfieldFest, you’ll have a blast.
After galloping down the stretch to victory at Churchill Downs, the winner of the Kentucky Derby is in Maryland getting ready for the Preakness.
Doug O’Neill spent all evening celebrating I’ll Have Another’s victory in the Kentucky Derby, finally returning to his hotel room about 2 a.m. Sunday.
Mario Gutierrez rode I’ll Have Another to the win at the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 5, 2012 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The priorities for Graham Motion haven’t changed — family first, everything else follows. And that includes Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom.
Two of the most exciting minutes in sports were followed by one of the flattest. Sadly, it’s getting to be a habit.
How can horse-racing succeed in the future?