I'll Have Another Goes for Early Gallop at Belmont
More>> NEW YORK (AP) – Triple Crown hopeful I'll Have Another went for an earlier than usual gallop around Belmont Park, a decision made by trainer Doug O'Neill to avoid the congestion around the detention barn housing all the Belmont Stakes horses.
If you started with just $10 and parlayed it on I'll Have Another's four races this year, you would have $154652.40 I'll Have Another hasn't lost since his dismal showing in the Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga on Labor Day 2011,
And that's the life of thoroughbred stallion Flower Alley, father of the three-year-old colt and potential Triple Crown-winner, I'll Have Another. Flower Alley lives (or “stands,” in industry jargon) at Three Chimneys Farm, outside of Lexington,
Triple Crown contender I'll Have Another turned in another strong gallop as he prepares for the Belmont Stakes on Saturday.
"My own experience has been that when we are overwhelming favorites, we always lose," J. Paul Reddam said Wednesday.