Quarter for your thoughts
Here's what was available to be learned this spring.
A Kentucky Derby fought by 20 horses in the mud says little about the winner. Such a race often turns into little more than a workout for a good horse that narrowly avoids being trampled. Somebody surviving the obstacle course to finish sixth or seventh is apt to have a better future than those finishing up front. Two things happen in Triple Crown races that won't show up again -- 20-horse attacks, and mile-and-a-half marathons. Knock ...
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THE TRIPLE CROWN
• 'Lucky' ends Triple Crown bid in Preakness
• Desormeaux defends Derby stretch ride
• Eskendereya retired; Jess Jackson buys in
• Eskendereya cruises in the Wood Memorial
• Drosselmeyer's feet seem OK after work
• Belmont: First Dude could be one to catch