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Preakness Stakes

Pimlico Racetrack, Race No # 13 | Saturday, May 21, 6:45 pm ET
1 3/16 m | G1 | Open | 3 Year Olds | Purse: $1,500,000

Unbeaten Two-year-old Champion Male and G1 Kentucky Derby hero Nyquist is deservedly the overwhelming 3-5 morning line favorite to capture the second leg of the Triple Crown and take aim on a series sweep in New York’s G1 Belmont Stakes. on June 11. While seemingly less hyped than American Pharoah a year ago, Nyquist boasts a better resume at this stage than did the 2015 Triple Crown victor and, as was the case in the Derby, is the most accomplished Preakness runner in the storied history of the race.

Horse to Watch

I Will Score:

This son of Roman Ruler stamped himself as a player in the three-year-old sprint division when he took the G3 Lazaro Barrera S. on May 14 at Santa Anita. With Martin Garcia in the irons for the second straight race, I Will Score angled into position early from his outside post and engaged in a duel with multiple stakes winner Smokey Image before putting that rival away into the stretch and withstanding a late threat from Mrazek to prevail by a neck. Jerry Hollendorfer’s charge completed the 7f over a fast track in 1:21.30 and was given a 95 BRIS Speed Rating. I Will Score made a winning debut at Los Alamitos on Sept. 11 then went to the sidelines until Jan. 3, when he made a victorious return in an optional claiming sprint at Santa Anita. The colt stretched out for his stakes debut in the 1 1/16m Robert B. Lewis S. on the same oval and completed the trifecta behind classic competitors Mor Spirit and Uncle Lino. After running up the track when last in Santa Anita’s G2 San Felipe S., I Will Score cut back to a sprint in Oaklawn Park’s six furlong Bachelor S. and settled for a good second. Bred in Kentucky by owner Hans Poetsch, the dark bay is out of Grassy Nellie, by Belong to Me, and was foaled on March 20, 2013. I Will Score has banked $173,145 in his six starts and will likely try to add to that with a return in the G2 Woody Stephens on Belmont Park’s June 11 Belmont S. undercard.

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3 Year Old Horse Weekly Best Speed Figures

3YO Winning Speed Figures through May, 9th - May, 15th

Horse Distance Track/Date BRIS Beyer
I Will Score  7f (ft)  SA 5/14  95 82
Unified  1 1/8m (ft)  BEL 5/14  95 96
Hit It Once More  1 1/16m (ft)  BEL 5/14  95 84
Keystoneforvictory  1 1/8m (fm)  CD 5/15  94 84
Doctor Mounty  1 1/16m (ft)  BEL 5/14  93 78
The Player  1m (ft)  CD 5/14  93 83
Ed Johnson  1m (fm)  GG 5/15  90 85
Blue Wings  7f (ft)  CD 5/15  90 80
Scholar Athlete  1 1/16m (fm)  BEL 5/12  90 84

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Upcoming 3yo Maiden & Allowance Races

Wednesday May 25

Mountaineer Race # 7: 6f Mdn 14.1k - Case Ace is winless in 17 starts but has hit the board seven times. Kel Kel Karerbug was second versus similar on this oval last out. Wicked Holiday is by 14% firster sire Harlan’s Holiday and sports a couple of sharp works for his debut.

Thursday May 26

Belmont Park Race # 8: 1 1/16m OC 80000b - Eight of the 10 entrants are Triple Crown nominees, including Gettysburg, who was scratched out of Pimlico’s Sir Barton S. on the Preakness undercard. He comes into this off a fifth-place finish in Oaklawn Park’s G1 Arkansas Derby. American Pioneer was a well-beaten ninth behind him in that contest. Direct Message drops out of a fourth-place effort in Keeneland’s G3 Lexington S.

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Derby Contenders Notable Works

Creator: 5/16 - The G1 Arkansas Derby champ had his first work since finishing 13th in the G1 Kentucky Derby, a 4F breeze over a fast Churchill Downs main track in 51.60 (39/42).

Brody’s Cause: 5/22 - The Dale Romans trainee, who ran seventh in the Kentucky Derby, worked towards a planned return in the final leg of the Triple Crown by breezing 5F in 1:01.00 (8/34) on a good course at Churchill Downs.

Destin: 5/20 - The Kentucky Derby sixth-place finisher breezed 4F in 48.22 (2/35) over Belmont Park’s fast training track to prepare for a return in the G1 Belmont S. on June 11.

Gettysburg: 5/20 - The Pioneerof the Nile colt, who was scratched from Pimlico’s  Sir Barton S. on the Preakness undercard, breezed 4F on Belmont Park’s fast training surface in 48.22 (2/35).

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3yo Derby Contenders News & Notes

May 23rd

• Exaggerator exited his G1 Preakness victory in good order and will remain at Pimlico for as long as a week before shipping to New York for the G1 Belmont S. on June 11

• Exaggerator became the first horse to win the Preakness after finishing second in the Kentucky Derby since Prairie Bayou in 1993

• Exaggerator will attempt to become the 19th horse to win the Preakness and Belmont after failing to win the Kentucky Derby

• Previously unbeaten G1 Kentucky Derby champ Nyquist came out of his Preakness defeat in fine form and will van to Belmont Park on May 23 for a rematch with Exaggerator

• Trainer Doug O'Neill will return to California, where he'll start putting together a game plan for winning the Belmont with Nyquist

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3yo Preakness Contenders Online Profile

Cherry Wine

After failing to draw into the G1 Kentucky Derby from the also-eligible list, this son of Paddy O'Prado is being pointed to the G1 Preakness Stakes on May 21 at Pimlico. Cherry Wine began his career on Aug. 30 in a turf route at Saratoga but showed little. Switched to the dirt, he cut back to 7f the following month at Churchill Downs and again failed to threaten. After hitting the board in two more turf tries, jockey Corey Lanerie took the reins for the first time and rode the colt to a dominating victory in the slop at Churchill on Nov. 28 when a 1 1/16m maiden race was moved off the grass. Relocated to trainer Dale Romans’ winter base in south Florida, Cherry Wine launched his sophomore season on Jan. 9 with a runaway win in an optional claiming event at Gulfstream Park.

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Three Year Old Leading Sires Ranking

Check out our listing of the worlds top ranked three year old sires of horse racing . As we roll through the Breeders' Cup and get close to the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, you can count on us here at to keep our rankings and race data up-to-date.