Preakness Winner Cloud Computing To Skip Belmont StakesPreakness winner Cloud Computing won't run in the Belmont Stakes, leaving the final leg of the Triple Crown without the winners of the first two races.
Understudy Actress Grabs Spotlight With Black-Eyed Susan Win Sloshing in the mud with visions of an upset, Nik Juarez guided long-shot Actress through a memorable maiden-breaking voyage Friday in the Black-Eyed Susan.
Always Dreaming Heavily Favored In Early Preakness WageringKentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming is taking heavy action in early wagering for this weekend's Preakness.
Todd Pletcher Takes Sure And Steady Approach To PreaknessThe Preakness' position two weeks after the Derby is too soon for Pletcher. He prefers giving his horses more rest between starts. He's 0 for 8 in the race, with his best finish being third with Impeachment in 2000.
Preakness Stakes: Always Dreaming And Classic Empire Battle In BaltimoreAlways Dreaming and his trainer Todd Pletcher proved their skeptics wrong with a resounding win in the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby.
New Horses Among Preakness Challenges Facing Always DreamingAfter Always Dreaming's win in the Kentucky Derby as the favorite, the colt will be running in the Preakness with a bulls-eye on his back.
Kentucky Derby Winner Always Dreaming Gets RambunctiousKentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming got a bit rambunctious while stepping onto the track at Pimlico for a gallop ahead of this weekend's Preakness.
Always Dreaming Checks into Pimlico's Stall 40 for PreaknessKentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming has made himself right at home at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course in Stall 40, which has sheltered many of the greatest champions in horse racing history.
Fresh Horses Await Derby Winner Always Dreaming In PreaknessAlways Dreaming is headed to the Preakness in two weeks, when the Kentucky Derby winner is likely to face several fresh horses that skipped the first leg of the Triple Crown.
9-2 Favorite Always Dreaming Wins Kentucky Derby in the SlopAlways Dreaming splashed through the slop to win the Kentucky Derby by 2 ¾ lengths on Saturday, giving trainer Todd Pletcher and jockey John Velazquez their second victories in the race but their first together.