Can Bodemeister keep rival at bay?

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Can Bodemeister keep rival at bay?

I’ll Have Another looks to snare Preakness, too
Bodemeister, left, led most of the way in the Kentucky Derby before I’ll Have Another eked out a win late. Bodemeister will look to return the favor with a victory in Saturday’s Preakness Stakes in Baltimore.

Can Bodemeister keep rival at bay?

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Bodemeister, left, led most of the way in the Kentucky Derby before I’ll Have Another eked out a win late. Bodemeister will look to return the favor with a victory in Saturday’s Preakness Stakes in Baltimore.
Hansen out of Preakness

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Juvenile champion Hansen will not run in the Preakness on Saturday.
The near all-white colt won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in November and the Gotham Stakes in March to put him among the favorites at the Kentucky Derby. But Hansen, who had sprinted to the front in his other starts, was caught in traffic and never was a factor. He finished ninth.
Owner Kendall Hansen says that he would love to take Hansen to Baltimore and enjoy all the Preakness festivities but that it’s not in the best interest of the horse to run the 1 3/16-mile Preakness on two weeks’ rest.
The owner says he expects Hansen’s next race to be the Woody Stephens Stakes on June 9.

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