Jockey Gary Stevens talks to media after riding Oxbow to his third Preakness win.
Shug McGaughey, trainer of Kentucky Derby winner Orb, talks about his horse’s fourth-place finish in the Preakness.
Preakness odds as of 5 p.m.
- 1-Orb 4-5
- 2-Goldencents 7-1
- 3-Titletown Five 17-1
- 4-Departing 10-1
- 5-Mylute 8-1
- 6-Oxbow 13-1
- 7-Will Take Charge 10-1
- 8-Governor Charlie 10-1
- 9-Itsmyluckyday 8-1
Shug McGaughey, trainer of Kentucky Derby winner Orb, was asked this morning at Pimlico what it will take for his horse to get beat in Saturday’s Preakness.
Trainer D. Wayne Lukas talked this morning at Pimlico about his three entries in Saturday’s Preakness Stakes. The five-time winner of the race has one-third of the field with Will Take Charge, Oxbow and Titletown Five.
Trainer Doug O’Neill, who won the Preakness last year with I’ll Have Another, talks about this year’s race and his entry, Goldencents.
Here in Baltimore at Pimlico, where we talked this morning with trainer Bob Baffert about his Preakness entry, Governor Charlie, and about the Kentucky Derby winner, Orb. Baffert has won this race five times — Silver Charm in 1997, Real Quiet in 1998, Point Given in 2001, War Emblem in 2002 and Lookin At Lucky in 2010.
Morning Links for Thursday:
My column on John Calipari’s press conference Wednesday.
Calipari says shared sacrifice key for new Cats.
The lies college basketball coaches tell us.
Big 10 leaders saying right things about scheduling.
McGaughey unfazed but not overjoyed about drawing rail.
Marlins reach a new low in loss to Reds.
The Memphis Grizzlies love the grind.
Part 1 of John Calipari’s summer press conference this morning at Memorial Coliseum.
Part 2 of John Calipari’s summer press conference this morning at Memorial Coliseum.