I’ll Have Another, the horse who won both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, was sold yesterday to Big Red Farm in Japan for $10 million. The colt’s owner, the Canadian mortgage lender and former college philosophy professor, J. Paul Reddam, says the Japanese offer topped the two offers from American farms by as [...]
Summary: No one can put a damper on horse racing quite like PETA. When you think of the Kentucky Derby, the Belmont Stakes, or the Preakness, you think of the Triple Crown, fancy hats, parties on the green, and Kegasus. People see images...Show More Summary
In a somewhat slow decision, the Maryland Racing Commission has awarded Secretariat the record for running the all-time fastest Preakness Stakes. This means Big Red is the record-holder in all three triple crown races. His official time for the 1973 race is now 1:53. Jockey Ron Turcotte didn’t use a whip. After blowing past the [...]
It only took 39 years to get it right, but Triple Crown winner Secretariat set a record Tuesday: the fastest time for the Preakness Stakes.
This is Secretariat's 1973 Preakness Stakes, somehow the least dominant of his Triple Crown races. He finished, officially, in 1:54 2/5, despite the fact that not a single timer had him clocked at that time. Now, 39 years later, the long-dead massive-hearted horse shaved more than a second off his time. Show More Summary
After announcing that hopes for a Triple Crown were over with his retirement, the Kentukcy Derby and Preakness winner I'll Have Another will have a ceremonial retirement before today's Belmont Stakes. According to the Belmont Stakes,...Show More Summary
I’ll Have Another, the horse that won both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, officially withdrew from the Belmont Stakes for precautionary reasons, ending his bid to be the sport’s first Triple Crown winner in 34 years. On the plus...Show More Summary
Horse racing fans will not have another Triple Crown this year. I'll Have Another, the winner of The Kentucky Derby and The Preakness and a 4-5 favorite to take home the Belmont Stakes tomorrow and become the sport's first Triple Crown...Show More Summary
Those hoping to see a possible Triple Crown winner at this weekend's Belmont Stakes will have to wait for next year: Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I'll Have Another will not be racing because of a swollen left front tendon. Trainer Doug O'Neill's brother Dennis told the AP that after a scan this morning, the tendon seemed "kind of tender... Show More Summary
Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I’ll Have Another was expected to compete for the Triple Crown at the Belmont Stakes
Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner I’ll Have Another will not be claiming a Triple Crown in 2012 after the colt’s trainer Doug O’Neill revealed on The Dan Patrick Show on Friday that the colt has suffered an injury. According to trainer Doug O’Neill: “It’s not tragic, but it’s a huge disappointment.” The colts trainer [...]Show More Summary
Some sad news from the world of horse racing Friday, June 8 - I'll Have Another, the 4-5 favorite for the 144th running of the Belmont Stakes and a Triple Crown hopeful after winning the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, is out of Saturday's race.
This year there is a legitimate contender to capture this elusive prize. The three-year old colt I'll Have Another has won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes; he will need a Belmont Stakes win to earn the Triple Crown.
This Saturday, Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner I'll Have Another is looking to win horse racing's first Triple Crown victory in 34 years at the Belmont Stakes. And for the first time in three races, oddsmakers say the horse is actually favored to win at odds of 4-5, according to the New York Racing [...]
By Drew Handy: Thoroughbred racehorse I'll Have Another has made headlines by winning the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, which sets him up for a run at the Triple Crown in the Belmont Stakes on June 9th, mere miles from Wall Street. Thus,...Show More Summary
"I'll Have Another" is just one victory away from being the first horse to win the Triple Crown since 1978, but the New York Times is reporting that there will be a huge crackdown on performance-enhancing drugs at the Belmont Stakes. "I'll...Show More Summary
A comparison between the Preakness Stakes horse race held in Baltimore, Maryland, and the 2012 U.S. Chess Championship in Saint Louis, Missouri, may seem out of place, but both races had a lot of things in common.
I'll Have Another left and Bodemeister Right (AP Photo/Matt Slocum) I'll Have Another, ridden by Mario Gutierrez, beat Bodemeister, ridden by Mike Smith, to the finish line to win the 137th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course, Saturday,...Show More Summary
Having taken both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes from the favored Bodemeister, I'll Have Another will have three weeks to further hone his lethal homestretch kick.
Since Affirmed completed the Triple Crown in 1978, 12 horses have won both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes. The first 11 failed to win the Belmont. I’ll Have Another will attempt to break that streak on June 9th. If you’re looking for a horse racing wager before the Belmont, challenge a friend to see [...]