Exaggerator made his move on Nyquist coming out of the last turn in the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown. “Exaggerator has the pedigree in his favor,” said trainer Keith Desormeaux, on the upcoming Belmont Stakes. “That mile and half deal is more about pedigree than what I’m going to do in the mornings.”
Exaggerator made his move on Nyquist coming out of the last turn in the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown. “Exaggerator has the pedigree in his favor,” said trainer Keith Desormeaux, on the upcoming Belmont Stakes. “That mile and half deal is more about pedigree than what I’m going to do in the mornings.” Emma Patti Harris Baltimore Sun/TNS
Exaggerator made his move on Nyquist coming out of the last turn in the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown. “Exaggerator has the pedigree in his favor,” said trainer Keith Desormeaux, on the upcoming Belmont Stakes. “That mile and half deal is more about pedigree than what I’m going to do in the mornings.” Emma Patti Harris Baltimore Sun/TNS

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