Shackleford, shown here before the Kentucky Derby, set the pace and led the first mile and three-sixteenths, the distance for the Preakness.
Shackleford, shown here before the Kentucky Derby, set the pace and led the first mile and three-sixteenths, the distance for the Preakness.
Shackleford, shown here before the Kentucky Derby, set the pace and led the first mile and three-sixteenths, the distance for the Preakness.

Front-running Shackleford emerging as Preakness contender

May 18, 2011 12:00 AM

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