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Theriot Ready For First Triple Crown Mount In Preakness;Mena Continues Sizzling Start

  • THERIOT READY FOR PREAKNESS MOUNT ON KENTUCKY BEAR
  •  MENA CONTINUES SIZZLING START ON SPRING MEET

Stratostar Shines On Any Surface; St. Joe Back To One Turn In Matt Winn; Juveniles Fuel Asmussen's Rise

Hopes for the Allen Paulson Living Trust’s Stratostar were once fairly high, but the 8-year-old gelding has now settled into a groove that any owner and trainer would be thrilled with.

Big Brown Leaves Churchill Downs for Pimlico

Unbeaten Big Brown, winner of the $2 million guaranteed Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (Grade I), got in a final gallop at Churchill Downs on Wednesday before rain started to fall on the historic Twin Spires. After a daylong wait, Big Brown boarded a van around 4:45 p.m.

Kentucky Derby Winner Big Brown Finally Gallops;Tyler Baze Visits To Work Tres Borrachos

  • KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER BIG BROWN IN EAGER IN GALLOP
  • TYLER BAZE VISITS TO WORK TRES BORRACHOS

Kentucky Derby Winner Big Brown Jogs Again On Muddy Track; Stevil Work Delayed;No Blinkers For Tres Borrachos

  • DERBY WINNER BIG BROWN JOGS AGAIN ON MUDDY TRACK
  • ZITO DELAYS BREEZE BY PREAKNESS HOPE STEVIL

Big Brown Jogs With Pony Over Muddy Track

IEAH Stables and Paul Pompa Jr.’s Big Brown had his presence announced on the track shortly before 7 a.m. Sunday with a loud clap of thunder.

Unfazed, Big Brown went about his morning activity, jogging one mile with Michelle Nevin up accompanied by a pony.

Recapturetheglory Running High Temperature

Ronald Lamarque and Louie Roussel III’s fifth-place Kentucky Derby finisher, Recapturetheglory, has had his Preakness plans put on hold by a fever.

'Sloppy' Track Keeps Kentucky Derby Winner Big Brown in Jogging Mode; Macho Again to Ohio Derby

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  • ‘SLOPPY’ GOING KEEPS BIG BROWN IN JOGGING MODE
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Kentucky Derby Winner Big Brown Jogs a Muddy Mile

“Everything’s good here,” trainer Rick Dutrow said Thursday morning after Kentucky Derby winner Big Brown, winner of the 134th running of the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (Grade I) was back in Stall 12 at Barn 22 on the Churchill Downs backstretch.

With Michelle Nevin up, Big Brown went to the track before 7 o’clock and jogged a mile.

Kentucky Derby Winner Big Brown Jogs A Mile In Return To Track, Preakness Hope Tres Borrachos Works

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