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Article: Only a handful of Derby runners planning trip to Pimlico – ESPN

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Horse Trainer Last start
Animal Kingdom Graham Motion 1st – Kentucky Derby
Astrology Steve Asmussen 2nd – Jerome
Concealed Identity Dean Gaudet 1st – Tesio
Dance City Todd Pletcher 3rd – Arkansas Derby
Dialed In Nick Zito 8th – Kentucky Derby
Flashpoint Wesley Ward 4th – Florida Derby
King Congie Tom Albertrani 3rd – Blue Grass
Mr. Commons John Shirreffs 3rd – Santa Anita Derby
Mucho Macho Man Kathy Ritvo 3rd – Kentucky Derby
Norman Asbjornson Chris Grove 4th – Wood Memorial
Prime Cut Neil Howard 2nd – Lexington
Santiva Eddie Kenneally 6th – Kentucky Derby
Shackleford Dale Romans 4th – Kentucky Derby
Sway Away Jeff Bonde 4th – Arkansas Derby

Only a handful of Derby runners planning trip to Pimlico – ESPN
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Animal Kingdom ruled over 18 other 3-year-olds in the Kentucky Derby Saturday, and it looks as if he’ll face another large field May 21 in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico. But the composition of the two fields will be in stark contrast, as no more than four of the 18 horses Animal Kingdom defeated in the 137th Derby likely will come back for the second leg of the Triple Crown.
Most notable among Animal Kingdom’s challengers will be Dialed In, who finished eighth as the favorite in the Derby and will be shooting for a $5.5 million bonus in the Preakness. Mucho Macho Man, who was third Saturday, and Shackleford, who was fourth, also are expected. Santiva, who was sixth, is possible.

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