Saturday, May 19, 2012

Preakness horse race

  • Ill Have Another was forced wide early in the race, but jockey Mario This is the sort of horse who can do it. Finishing almost nine lengths ahead of the third-place finisher at Preakness lends credence to that.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • The 1 3/16-mile Preakness unfolded the same way as the 1 1/4 -mile Derby He showed hes the real deal. Hes a real race horse. He gutted it out, Reddam said. The other horse was not stopping.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Before the Derby and Preakness, the chestnut colt won the Santa Anita Derby He showed hes the real deal. Hes a real race horse. He gutted it out, Reddam said. The other horse was not stopping. He ran a bang-up race, to come and catch him.
  • (CBS Sports)
  • Stakes Value Of Race $1,000,000. Value To Winner $600,000. Second $200,000. Third $100,000. Fourth $60,000. Fifth $30,000. Horse Wgt PP ST 1/4 ½ Daily Double (SPECIAL/PREAKNESS 8-9) paid $45.00. Exacta (9-7) paid $18.60.
  • (ESPN)
  • "Hes an unbelievable horse; he run a huge race." It took until just about the wire for Ill Have Another to finally pass the Preakness favorite.
  • (Washington Times)
  • Are you curious to know which horses people think win the 2012 Preakness? Today is the running of the 137th race and Twitter is alive with excitement.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Spurs, was it, but the Preakness wasnt a bad showcase for a sport considered Smart money can only know of one horse, not the race as a whole. Creative Cause ran like it always runs, decently, but not as good as the time before.
  • (ESPN)
  • Baffert speaks from experience. In 2009, he brought Derby runner-up Pioneerof the Nile to Pimlico Race Course for the Preakness. The horse went off as the second favorite and finished 11th in a field of 13.
  • (Tacoma News Tribune)
  • It may look unattractive to bettors when a horse is given bad odds to win a race, but that doesnt mean bad odds are a death sentence. In the 2012 Preakness Stakes, there are plenty of horses who still have a chance even though theyve been written off by oddsmakers.
  • (Bleacherreport.com)
  • Wayne Lukas arrived at Pimlico Race Course before the sun came up Saturday, just to make sure there were no unwelcome surprises awaiting him on the day of his 25th Preakness. The 76-year-old horse racing legend said he set his alarm for 3:30 a.m.
  • (YAHOO!)

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