Friday, May 15 2015


PREAKNESS NEWS & NOTES - 5.15


Justin Zayat Living the Dream with American Pharoah
Firing Line Has a ‘Good Morning’ at Pimlico
Casse Expects Less Stressful Trip for Danzig Moon

BALTIMORE – With his obligations as a student at New York University completed, Justin Zayat, racing manager for Zayat Stables, spent Friday morning at Pimlico Race Course checking up on his family’s Kentucky Derby (G1) winner, American Pharoah.





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Thursday, May 14 2015


Preakness Weekend News & Notes - May 14


Cat Burglar Looking to Steal Pimlico Special

Vyjack Making Maryland Debut in Pimlico Special

Ahh Chocolate Brings Trainer Back To Scene Of His Top Victories

Perique Rounding Into Form For Allaire DuPont

Miss Ella Looks To Stay Unbeaten In Miss Preakness

BALTIMORE – Narrowly beaten in his only two previous graded-stakes attempts, Michael Lund Petersen’s Cat Burglar will get another chance in Friday’s $300,000 Sagamore Racing Pimlico Special (G3).





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Preakness News & Notes - 5.14


Derby Winner American Pharoah, Dortmund Gallop with High Energy

Stevens High on Derby Runner-Up Firing Line

Danzig Moon Gets Acquainted with Pimlico Track

BALTIMORE – After watching Kentucky Derby (G1) winner American Pharoah and third-place finisher Dortmund gallop over the track at Pimlico for the first time Thursday morning in preparation for Saturday’s 140th running of the Preakness Stakes (G1), trainer Bob Baffert said that he liked what he saw.





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Wednesday, May 13 2015


Preakness Draw Quotes and Draw Sheet


American Pharoah 4-5 Morning-Line Favorite for Saturday’s Preakness
Kentucky Derby Hero Headlines 8-Horse Field for Middle Jewel of Triple Crown

BALTIMORE – Kentucky Derby (G1) winner American Pharoah was installed as the 4-5 morning-line favorite for Saturday’s 140th running of the Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico Race Course.





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Black-Eyed Susan News & Notes - May 13


Trainer Graham Chooses Black-Eyed Susan for Gypsy Judy
Lady Sabelia Favored in Skipat, Xmas Sky Takes on Ben’s Cat in Jim McKay
Keen Pauline Making Stakes Debut in Black-Eyed Susan
Regina Christina, Brenda’s Way Set for Friday Stakes

BALTIMORE – Though she entered James Hibbert’s homebred Gypsy Judy in a pair of stakes on Friday at Pimlico Race Course, trainer Robin Graham only had one race in mind.





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PREAKNESS NEWS & NOTES - 5.13


Five Preakness Entrants En Route from Kentucky to Pimlico
Baffert Awaits Arrivals of American Pharoah, Dortmund
Mr. Z Sold, Entered in Preakness Stakes
Firing Line ‘Fit and Fresh’ for Preakness Stakes
Divining Rod: The Name Game
Corrales Confident Bodhisattva Ready to Step Up

BALTIMORE – Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah boarded a plane bound for Baltimore-Washington International Airport following a quiet Wednesday morning at Churchill Downs.






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Tuesday, May 12 2015


Preakness Weekend News & Notes - 5.12


Rested Commissioner Takes Aim at Pimlico Special (G3)
Shrinking Violet, Emotional Kitten Breeze for Saturday Stakes
Allaire DuPont (G3) Contender Queen’s Blade a World Traveler
Fortune Pearl Up for Rematch with Stopchargingmaria in DuPont

BALTIMORE – Seven weeks after delivering a career-best performance to win his first graded stakes, WinStar Farm’s Commissioner can make it two in a row in Friday’s $300,000 Sagamore Racing Pimlico Special (G3).





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Preakness News & Notes - 5.12


American Pharoah, Dortmund Looking Good in Morning Gallops
Firing Line Completes Preakness Preparation at Churchill
Materiality Removed from Preakness Consideration
Javier Castellano Picks Up Mount on Divining Rod
Danzig Moon Full of Energy for Preakness
Bodhisattva Seeking to Make Name for Himself

BALTIMORE – Zayat Stables’ Kentucky Derby (G1) winner American Pharoah and Kaleem Shah’s third-place Derby finisher Dortmund galloped 1 ½ miles on a mild Tuesday morning at Churchill Downs.





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Monday, May 11 2015


Preakness Notes 5.11


Baffert Joins Preakness Contenders at Churchill
Pletcher Decision on Preakness Due Tuesday Morning
Firing Line Open Gallops a Second Day
Bodhisattva True Success Story for Owner/Trainer
Danzig Moon, Tale of Verve Continue Preakness Preparation at Churchill

BALTIMORE – Five-time Preakness-winning trainer Bob Baffert was back at Churchill Downs Monday morning to get his first live look in a week at Zayat Stables’ Kentucky Derby (G1) winner American Pharoah and Kaleem Shah’s third-place finisher Dortmund.





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Saturday, May 09 2015


Man o’ War (G1) Quotes


Tom Albertrani, winning trainer of Twilight Eclipse (No. 4): "It's been very satisfying for everybody that's involved and for his connections to [finally] get that Grade 1. I know we've been beaten in a couple of spots but he shows up every time. I think [in previous races], the horses were just that good; you know you have horses like Main Sequence. Without a horse like [that] in the race, this horse looks like a champion himself, but to his credit he did train really well coming into this race. I thought we would have had a little bit of a harder time, especially with the slow fractions, but he was able to get there."





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Ruffian Handicap (G2) Quotes


Kiaran McLaughlin, winning trainer of Wedding Toast (No. 1a): "The last couple times [jockey Jose Lezcano] was down on the inside and had to ask her early in the race, and they were going fast at seven furlongs. Today, I liked the race shape today and the way he rode her. She's a pretty talented filly.





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Peter Pan (G2) Quotes


Todd Pletcher, winning trainer of Madefromlucky (No. 2) and third-place finisher and beaten favorite Two Weeks Off (No. 4): "The Belmont Stakes is something we'd talked about a while back. We felt [Madefromlucky] would keep going and going and going. We wanted to find out where he fit and the Peter Pan has historically been a good prep for the Belmont. He earned his way in if he comes out of this well and trains accordingly."





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