Authentic is all alone at the top of the final NTRA Top Thoroughbred Polls of 2020.
Authentic and Improbably top the final pre-Breeders’ Cup three-year-old and older horse NTRA Top Thoroughbred Polls.
PREAKNESS POST POSITIONS AND MORNING LINE ODDS
- Excession (30-1) – owner Calumet Farm/trainer Steve Asmussen/jockey Sheldon Russell
- Mr. Big News (12-1) – Allied Racing Stable LLC/Bret Calhoun/Gabriel Saez
- Art Collector (5-2) – Bruce Lunsford/Tommy Drury, Jr./Brian Hernandez, Jr.
- Swiss Skydiver (6-1) – Peter Callahan/Kenny McPeek/Robby Albarado
- Thousand Words (6-1) – Albaugh Family Stables and Spendthrift Farm/Bob Baffert/Florent Geroux
- Jesus’ Team (30-1) – Grupo Seven C Stable/Jose D’Angelo/Jevian Toledo
- Ny Traffic (15-1) – John Fanelli, et. al./Saffie Joseph, Jr./Horacio Karamanos
- Max Player (15-1) – George Hall & SportBLX Thoroughbreds/ Steve Asmussen/Paco Lopez
- Authentic (9-5) – Spendthrift Farm LLC et. al./Bob Baffert/John Velazquez
- Pneumatic (20-1) – Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC/Steve Asmussen/Joe Bravo
- Liveyourbeastlife (30-1) – William Lawrence/Jorge Abreu/Trevor McCarthy
Heading towards the Breeders’ Cup November 6-7 at Keeneland, there was little change in the latest NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll.
Preakness Stakes winner Swiss Skydiver continues to rise, up to second in the latest NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll for 3yo.
Jockey Club Gold Cup winner Happy Saver – also winner of the Tesio – made a big move in the latest NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll for 3yo.
It felt like no Preakness we’ve experienced, but If you weren’t moved by Saturday’s racing at Pimlico, then it’s fair to say you don’t like horse racing.
Off a thrilling win in the Preakness, Swiss Skydiver is movin’ on up in the latest NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll for older horses.
The day after her epic victory in the Grade 1 Preakness, Swiss Skydiver was feeling good and trainer Kenny McPeek was reflective.
Swiss Skydiver ran the second-fastest Preakness ever and became the sixth filly to win the race after a stirring stretch duel with Authentic.
Miss Marissa set fast fractions and held off the late run of the favorite to win the Grade 2 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes at Pimlico.
Two noses were all that separated first from third in the Grade 3 De Francis Dash Saturday at PImlico, with Laki getting the bob.