Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming stood outside his barn at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore in preparation for Saturday’s Preakness Stakes.
Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming stood outside his barn at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore in preparation for Saturday’s Preakness Stakes. Patrick Semansky AP
Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming stood outside his barn at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore in preparation for Saturday’s Preakness Stakes. Patrick Semansky AP

Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming 4-5 favorite for Preakness Stakes

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