I'll Have Another goes for last gallop
NEW YORK -- Trainer Doug O'Neill called an audible and sent Triple Crown hopeful I'll Have Another out for a final gallop in secrecy the day before the Belmont Stakes.
O'Neill said the decision was made to bring his Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner to the track shortly after 5:30 a.m. Friday to avoid congestion around the detention barn housing the 12 horses entered for the Belmont.
The colt jogged and then galloped around the 1½-mile oval accompanied by stable pony Lava ...
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