The pick-four sequence that ends with Saturday's Preakness Stakes at Pimlico -- it has a guaranteed pool of $2 million; it handled $2.29 million last year -- is one you might have to get creative in early if you feel the way I do about the big event.
Why he'll win: He's fresh with six weeks since his last start. He was third in the San Felipe behind Mastery and Iliad, both off the trail because of injury. The fast-paced middle leg of the Triple Crown shouldn't be as messy as the first at Churchill Downs. Always Dreaming pattered through the mud to spark the Triple Crown conversation anew at the Kentucky Derby.
Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke is committed to the club in the long term, sources have told the BBC. Kroenke has shown no interest in a £1bn bid by Uzbek-born Russian Usmanov to take full control of the Gunners. Why he'll win: He has won his last two races, including the Grade 3 Illinois Derby, so we don't know how good he can be. It's a tall order to step up to this competition, but Always Dreaming won the Florida Derby in his first stakes race.
There isn't much on the line on the final weekend of this season's Premier League, so we thought we'd take a look back at when the last day was genuinely thrilling. NEW YORK -- Between a mound visit by the Mets' trainer and pitcher Jacob deGrom nearly losing control while and working into a jam, the situation felt all too familiar.
The second leg of the Triple Crown is just around the corner, and all eyes are on Always Dreaming as the Kentucky Derby champion preps for what figures to be a close contest at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Time to plan your day and you want to be home for the second leg of horse racing's Triple Crown. So what is post time for the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course?