KENTUCKY DERBY – Medina Spirit
PREAKNESS STAKES – Rombauer
BELMONT STAKES – Essential Quality
PREAKNESS ORDER OF FINISH
- Rombauer (12-1 morning line/11.80-1 post time)
- Midnight Bourbon (5-1/3.10-1)
- Medina Spirit (9-5/2.40-1)
- Keepmeinmind (15-1/14.50-1)
- Crowded Trade (10-1/8.50-1)
- Unbridled Honor (15-1/13.70)
- France Go de Ina (15-1/24.60-1)
- Risk Taking (15-1/14.30-1)
- Concert Tour (5-2/3.70-1)
- Ram (30-1/15.90-1)
Preakness winner Rombauer and last year’s two-year-old champ Essential Quality, beaten favorite in the Kentucky Derby, headline Saturday’s Belmont Stakes.
His dominant win in the Grade 1 Preakness Stakes has moved Rombauer to the head of the class in the NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll.
Three runners trained by Todd Pletcher — Known Agenda, Bourbonic, and Overtook — breezed towards possible Belmont Stakes starts Friday morning.
Derby Bill Watson and Nick Hahn return to talk Preakness weekend – what went right, what went wrong and more, plus a look ahead.
It’s been one thing after another in racing the last couple of weeks, and our Teresa Genaro wonders if it’ll all be enough to make racing take action.
Point-by-point pictures of the Preakness show you how the race developed from gate-to-wire.
Preakness winner Rombauer will ship to Belmont Park, site of the final leg of the Triple Crown, Monday morning, his trainer said.
Racing breathed a sigh of relief as Rombauer won the Preakness and prevented a Medina Spirit win that would have caused yet more turmoil.
Somelikeithobrown pressed the pace before pulling to victory in the Grade 2 Dinner Party Stakes at Pimlico Saturday afternoon.