I'll Have Another was led to a new barn following the announcement that he would not compete in the Belmont Stakes. After slight swelling appeared, an ultrasound revealed the damage to his left front leg.
I'll Have Another was led to a new barn following the announcement that he would not compete in the Belmont Stakes. After slight swelling appeared, an ultrasound revealed the damage to his left front leg. Herald-Leader
I'll Have Another was led to a new barn following the announcement that he would not compete in the Belmont Stakes. After slight swelling appeared, an ultrasound revealed the damage to his left front leg. Herald-Leader

I'll Have Another will be retired rather than make a run at the Triple Crown

June 08, 2012 11:31 AM

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