Complete Preakness Recap
Extended Video of Preakness 136
Daily Preakness Update
The day after the race, connections assess their horses' performances and talk about future plans. More....
Romans Sleeps A Little, Ponders Next Move
Trainer Dale Romans returned to the Preakness Stakes Barn shortly after 7:30 this morning with trays of Starbucks drinks for media members who arrived for updates on his impressive winner of the Middle Jewel of racing’s Triple Crown. More....
Shackleford Back to Kentucky; Belmont Possible
Preakness winner Shackleford is back in Kentucky but may compete in the Belmont Stakes. Trainer Dale Romans said there's better than a 50-50 chance the colt will be sent to New York, and that he will confer with majority owner Mike Lauffer before a decision is made. More....
The Preakness Horses
Our Preakness Horses page is updated and complete. Bring on the Belmont Stakes.
Our Subscription Page Selections--Photo by Eclipse Sportswire
We've looked around at the expert selections and have found "next to no one" who picked Shackleford to perform well in the Preakness. But our subscribers knew that Dick Downey had him number 2 on his Preakness selection list. Animal Kingdom, a Top 4 horse in the Downey Profile Rankings for the Kentucky Derby, was also in Downey's Preakness top 5 list. The $2 exacta paid $114.80. Greg Johnson had Preakness third finisher Astrology in his Preakness top five. Both of them had fourth finisher Dialed In in their selections--Downey had him on top.
Downey's quote from Baltimore: "I decided not to get cute with my ticket and boxed my top five selections in a $12 exacta ticket. It paid $688.80. If I had used the six horses combined from my list and Greg's list, I could have had the superfecta, not to mention the tri, but I'm happy with what I have."