Jeannine Edwards from ESPN joined Ed and Steve to talk about tomorrow’s 141st Preakness Stakes.

The weather won’t be the only thing running wild this weekend.

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Jeannine Edwards says Exaggerator is the biggest challenge for Nyquist, who is primed to win it all.

Edwards said, “The thing I like about Exaggerator is that he runs his race every time. It’s obvious he has talent. He is a nice horse and he’s a horse that gives his all every time he runs and the post positions are going to play a huge part in this race. If Nyquist gets trapped down on the inside breaking from Post 3, with so much speed to the outside of him, that could set up a clear run for Exaggerator. It’s going to be a very tactical race.”

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Davis and Edwards took a moment to revisit the memories of Barbaro and the tragic race on the ten-year anniversary. Edwards said, “I was here for that and I did cover Barbaro’s story extensively, [ESPN] invested a lot in his story, which was tremendous. It was because of the way he touched people. I remember being here and watching that race and when I saw the shape his hind ankle was in my eyes filled with tears and I immediately felt sick to my stomach, because when I saw that I knew it was a fatal injury.”

Edwards said there will be a piece on ESPN on Saturday morning honoring Barbaro’s story.

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