Preakness S. (G1)

Race 12 at Pimlico on May 19, 2012

  • Grade I
  • 1 3/16 miles
  • Dirt
  • $1,000,000
  • 3 yo
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:55.94
Payoffs
9   I'll Have Another $8.40 $3.80 $2.80
7   Bodemeister $3.20 $2.80
6   Creative Cause $3.60
$2 Exacta (9-7) $18.60
$2 Trifecta (9-7-6) $70.80
$2 Superfecta (9-7-6-4) $848.60
Order of Finish
1

I'll Have Another

Flower Alley  – Arch's Gal Edith

3YO Colt

$600,000
  • J:Mario Gutierrez
  • T:Doug F. O'Neill
  • B:Harvey A. Clarke
  • O:Reddam Racing LLC
  • Margin:neck
  • TrueNicks: A
  • Sire: Flower Alley , Chestnut, 2002. Lifetime: 206 yearlings sold, median $16,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Arch , Dark Bay or Brown, 1995.
  • Sale History: 2010 KEESEP, $11,000; 2011 OBSS2Y, $35,000.
2

Bodemeister

Empire Maker  – Untouched Talent

3YO Colt

$200,000
  • J:Mike E. Smith
  • T:Bob Baffert
  • B:Audley Farm Inc.
  • O:Zayat Stables, LLC, Moreno, Mike and Moreno, Tiffany
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: B+
  • Sire: Empire Maker , Dark Bay or Brown, 2000. Lifetime: 235 yearlings sold, median $165,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Storm Cat , Dark Bay or Brown, 1983.
  • Sale History: 2010 KEESEP, $260,000.
3

Creative Cause

Giant's Causeway  – Dream of Summer

3YO Colt

$110,000
  • J:Joel Rosario
  • T:Mike Harrington
  • B:James C. Weigel
  • O:Heinz Steinmann
  • Margin:3
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Giant's Causeway , Chestnut, 1997. Lifetime: 980 yearlings sold, median $140,121.
  • Broodmare Sire: Siberian Summer , Gray or Roan, 1989.
  • Sale History: 2010 KEESEP, $135,000.
4

Zetterholm

Silver Train  – Holy Wish

3YO Colt

$60,000
  • J:Junior Alvarado
  • T:Richard E. Dutrow, Jr.
  • B:Anthony Grey
  • O:Winter Park Partners
5

Teeth of the Dog

Bluegrass Cat  – Deputy Reality

3YO Colt

$30,000
  • J:Joe Bravo
  • T:Michael R. Matz
  • B:Royal Pegasus
  • O:J.W. Singer LLC
6

Optimizer

English Channel  – Indy Pick

3YO Colt

  • J:Corey S. Nakatani
  • T:D. Wayne Lukas
  • B:Bluegrass Hall, LLC
  • O:Bluegrass Hall LLC
7

Cozzetti

Cozzene  – Lemon Drop Cello

3YO Colt

  • J:Jose Lezcano
  • T:Dale L. Romans
  • B:Soc.Agr.Santa Elena de Chimbarongo LTD.
  • O:Albaugh Family Stables LLC
8

Tiger Walk

Tale of the Cat  – Majestic Trail

3YO Colt

  • J:Ramon A. Dominguez
  • T:Ignacio Correas, IV
  • B:River Bend Farm, Inc.
  • O:Sagamore Farm
9

Daddy Nose Best

Scat Daddy  – Follow Your Bliss

3YO Colt

  • J:Julien R. Leparoux
  • T:Steven M. Asmussen
  • B:Patricia Ann Elia Trust
  • O:Zollars, Cathy and Bob
10

Went the Day Well

Proud Citizen  – Tiz Maie's Day

3YO Colt

  • J:John R. Velazquez
  • T:H. Graham Motion
  • B:James Patrick Delaney
  • O:Team Valor International and Ford, Mark
11

Pretension

Bluegrass Cat  – Main Streetin'

3YO Colt

  • J:Javier Santiago
  • T:Christopher W. Grove
  • B:Sequel Thoroughbreds LLC & A. Lakin & Sons Inc
  • O:Kidwells Petite Stable
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