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Kentucky Derby Trainers Are Cautious About Preakness

Baltimore : MD : USA | May 06, 2012 at 2:05 PM PDT
Source: The New York Times
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Talk of a Triple Crown , of course, was in the air outside the stall of the Derby winner , I'll Have Another. His trainer, Doug O'Neill, said the colt would remain here for the rest of the week before shipping to Baltimore next Monday to try to take the second leg of racing's holy grail, the Preakness Stakes... FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times
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Belmont Stakes is the final and most demanding race in the 'Triple Crown' after Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes
Belmont Stakes is the final and most demanding race in the 'Triple Crown' after Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes
 
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