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2007 Preakness Contenders

Updated: 05/16/2007

Results and photos are here
Entries are here

The Kentucky Derby is in the record books and the only horse with a chance to be the next Triple Crown winner is now Street Sense. Can he do it or will someone else win the Preakness? Here is the latest list of horses planning to start in the Preakness. Expect changes as more decisions about going are made by trainers as to whether or not to go.

Note that while Street Sense was the first Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner to also win the Kentucky Derby, Timber Country in 1995 was the first, and so far only, Juvenile winner to win the Preakness. Be sure to click the link on each horse's name to view full info, stats, and a photo where available.

Triple Crown quick links:

Preakness Poll
Who will win the 2007 Preakness?

Circular Quay
C.P. West
Curlin
Flying First Class
Hard Spun
King of the Roxy
Mint Slewlep
Street Sense
Xchanger

HorseTrainerDosageJockey
ChelokeeMichael Matz 3.57  Ramon Dominguez
Circular QuayTodd Pletcher 2.08 *John Velazquez
C.P. WestNick Zito 2.00  Edgar Prado
CurlinSteve Asmussen 4.00  Robby Albarado
Flying First ClassD. Wayne Lukas 4.00  Mark Guidry
Hard SpunLarry Jones 2.67  Mario Pino
King of the RoxyTodd Pletcher 3.00 *Garrett Gomez
Mint SlewlepW.R. Bailes 3.00  Kent Desormeaux
Street SenseCarl Nafzger 2.14 *Calvin Borel
XchangerMark Shuman 3.00  Joe Bravo
ZanjeroSteve Asmussen 3.50  Shaun Bridgmohan
Off the Trail
Star BaseD. Wayne Lukas 4.60  not going
TeuflesbergJamie Sanders 2.27  not going

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