Kentucky Derby

May 6, 2012 9:35 PM

Trainer Doug O'Neill ready to try for Triple Crown

A sleep-deprived but still beaming Doug O'Neill couldn't stop gushing about the enormity of what the I'll Have Another had pulled off in running down Bodemeister in deep stretch to claim the roses by 11/2 lengths. With his first classic win under his belt, O'Neill won't waste any time plotting I'll Have Another's next target. He plans to ship the colt to Baltimore on Monday afternoon to start preparing for the Preakness Stakes on May 19.

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