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Former Green Bay Packers great Paul Hornung is looking to pull an upset in the Preakness with his 3-year-old colt Titletown Five — named for the number of NFL titles won by the Packers when Hornung played for them.
The Preakness draw was over, and trainer Shug McGaughey listed a variety of reasons why he was OK with having Kentucky Derby winner Orb starting Saturday’s race from the rail.
Then someone asked him, “If you had your choice, where would you want to be?”
Orb has settled into the place reserved for royalty at Pimlico Race Course — stall 40.
The Triple Crown hopeful arrived at Pimlico on Monday afternoon, five days before the Preakness. He was immediately taken to stall 40 at the Stakes Barn, which traditionally serves as home to the Kentucky Derby winner.
Some of the greatest horses in history have been kept there, including Secretariat (1973), Seattle Slew (1977) and Affirmed (1978).
A trainer flooding the field with five horses. A black jockey trying to make history, and a woman rider, too.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino seeking a double — champions in racing and basketball. He’s sure in the right place.
When it came time for two Montana oilmen to name their horse, Frac Daddy was a natural choice.
Petroleum geologist Carter Stewart, who does a lot of work in North Dakota, said the horse’s father is named Scat Daddy and naming the 3-year-old gray colt after hydraulic fracturing just popped out of his mouth.
Frac Daddy, owned by Stewart and partner Ken Schlenker, both of Billings, will be horse No. 18 on Saturday in the Kentucky Derby.
By Amy Dalrymple, Forum News Service
, May 03, 2013
Trainer Doug O’Neill had a pretty darned good day on two courses.
First he birdied the eighth hole during a Wednesday afternoon golf outing at Valhalla and then he aced the Kentucky Derby draw when Goldencents landed in the No. 8 post and was made the 5-1 third choice for Saturday’s race.
FARGO — Horse racing officials agree this year’s four-day meet here after a two-year hiatus was a success, but a number of challenges remain for the track that has been steeped in controversy and funding trouble since the beginning.
Wendy Reuer, Forum Communications
, August 17, 2012
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