Preakness

Twenty-Five Years Later, Preakness Winner Hansel Still Solid, Bold & Beautiful

UPPERVILLE, VA - When you drive up to Hansel’s private pasture here at Lazy Lane Farm, you can see his proud head over the rise of a lush green hill. His ears are pricked as he trots toward the black board fence and the people awaiting him.
 
At 28, Hansel looks fabulous.
 

Nyquist’s Sunday Gallop Gives O’Neill ‘Goose Bumps’; Allard in a Sit and Wait Situation with Abiding Star & More

Preakness News & Notes
Allard in a Sit and Wait Situation with Abiding Star
Preakness Candidates Dazzling Gem, Lani Breeze  
 
BALTIMORE – Kentucky Derby hero Nyquist galloped a strong mile Sunday morning at Pimlico Race Course in preparation for Saturday’s 141st Preakness Stakes (G1). 
 

Garcia Excited to be Back at Pimlico with Derby Winner; New Shooters Cherry Wine, Laoban Breeze in Kentucky

New Shooters Cherry Wine, Laoban Breeze in Kentucky 
Uncle Lino Ready to Join Triple Crown Fray
 
BALTIMORE – Reddam Racing LLC’s Nyquist jogged twice around the Pimlico racetrack Saturday morning, a week before a highly anticipated bid to complete a Kentucky Derby-Preakness Stakes double in next Saturday’s Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown.
 

Nyquist Stretches Legs during Morning Gallop at Pimlico Race Course

New Faces Collected, Stradivari, Uncle Lino Breeze for Preakness
Recovering Romans on Hand for Cherry Wine’s Morning Exercise
 
BALTIMORE – Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist stretched his legs during a morning gallop at Pimlico Race Course Friday morning in preparation for a start in the 141st Preakness Stakes (G1) May 21.
 

Familiar Faces Return to Pimlico with Team O’Neill

Nyquist Camp Looks to Duplicate 2012 Preakness Success
 
BALTIMORE - Four years after his first Preakness victory, trainer Doug O’Neill and a very familiar crew are back at Pimlico Race Course with another Kentucky Derby winner. About the only noticeable change is the horse. In 2012, it was I’ll Have Another. This year’s star for the May 21 Preakness Stakes is Nyquist.
 

O’Neill Feels ‘Positive Energy’ from Nyquist

Derby Winner Jogs 2 Miles with ‘Great Energy’
Lani on Course to Make Preakness History
 
BALTIMORE – Trainer Doug O’Neill rejoined Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist at Pimlico Thursday morning after spending the previous few days overseeing his Southern California-based stable. The veteran conditioner liked what he saw in the 3-year-old son of Uncle Mo, who is scheduled to continue his Triple Crown quest in the 141st Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico May 21.
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