Cleaning Up at the Preakness: Lookin at Lucky Wins

 Last year’s two-year-old champion seemed to have trouble living up to his name in his past few races but today was like the good old days for the Bob Baffert-trained colt as he came flying down the middle of the track in the final furlong to finish in front of First Dude and Jackson Bend. Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver was a front runner through most of the race, then faded, so there will be no Triple Crown winner again this year. Photo from fOTOGLIF REUTERS/Molly Riley

by Fran Jurga | 15 May 2010 | The Jurga Report at Equisearch.com

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