NEW YORK — Things began unraveling for Triple Crown hopeful I'll Have Another a day after the colt's thrilling win in the Preakness three weeks ago. A series of minor setbacks for the horse and his handlers culminated with
Print. It's a big day for sports today. The Belmont Stakes are up, although sadly I'll Have Another is out. There's the Manny Pacquiao – Tim Bradley fight later tonight, and the second day of soccer at Euro 2012 in a few minutes,
I'll Have Another will not be the first Triple Crown winner in 34 years — the thoroughbred has been scratched from tomorrow's Belmont Stakes and may…
Union Rags got up in the final furlongs to win the 2012 Belmont Stakes over Paynter. With the scratch of I'll Have Another, the odds for the Belmont were much more even leading to good payouts in all wagers at Belmont Park.
A live thread for tonight's running of the Belmont Stakes. I'll Have Another, the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner, was scratched due to injury heading into the race.Read More
There's no way around it. The 144th running of the Belmont Stakes will be viewed by many as a disappointment before it even starts.
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In the final race before the Belmont Stakes, the Manhattan handicap, Desert Blanc won a spectacular photo finish over Papaw Bodie. It was jockey Ramon Dominguez's third win of the day, so bettors hoping to ride the hot hand will want to wage on My
Contributor Network – 1 hour 48 minutes ago The anticlimactic Belmont Stakes will take place today without I'll Have Another. Here are the odds and the names that you need to know for the remaining contenders. The odds were current as of the time of
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“While we are obviously disappointed that our show won't feature I'll Have Another going for the elusive Triple Crown, the Belmont Stakes is still an iconic event on the sports schedule, and the NBC Sports Group broadcasts
"I'll Have Another" the 4-5 favorite to win tomorrow's Belmont Stakes and capture the triple crown is out of the race. Trainer Doug O'Neill made the announcement in the last hour on the nationally syndicated Dan Patrick Show.
I'll Have Another, the tweeting horse, has pulled out of the Belmont Stakes and has no chance at the Triple Crown, but his Twitter lives on. Thank you to all of you that have supported me through the Triple Crown.
By BETH HARRIS and RICHARD ROSENBLATT, AP Sports Writers NEW YORK (AP) — The Triple Crown curse lives. This time the horse didn't even make it to the starting gate. I'll Have Another's bid for the first Triple Crown in 34 years ended stunningly Friday
Spokane native Jon White is part of a thirsty generation that remembers when the elusive Triple Crown was won in the high-stakes Sport of Kings. But today, if only for one day, horse racing – regarded as a dying sport by many – was on track with a newRead More
Jose Lezcano Chad Brown 5-12 Peter Pan 3-1¾ 4-7 Wood Memorial 6-7¼ 3-17 Broad Brush 1-½ Not only is this Brown's first Belmont starter, this will be the first Triple Crown starter for the 33-year-old trainer from Mechanicville, near Saratoga.
On Saturday afternoon, eleven horses will compete in the hundred and forty-fourth running of the Belmont Stakes, the third and final leg of horse-racing's Triple Crown. Until Friday morning, the heavy favorite, I'll Have
AP NEW YORK — Redeemed rolled to a front-running victory Friday, beating Eldaafer by 10 lengths in the $200000 Brooklyn Handicap at Belmont Park. The Brooklyn is one of the few major dirt races run at the same 1 1/2-mile distance as Saturday's Belmont
I'll Have Another will have a bit of a challenge at the Belmont Stakes, starting from so far outside. In the history of the race, only two 11-post horses have won. Can I'll Have Another become the third?
On Saturday afternoon, eleven horses will compete in the hundred and forty-fourth running of the Belmont Stakes, the third and final leg of horse-racing's Triple Crown. Until Friday morning, the heavy favorite, I'll HaveRead More
After 35 years of dispensing auto maintenance advice and a healthy dose of humor on NPR, Tom and Ray Magliozzi — aka Click and Clack, aka the Tappet Brothers — are retiring their call-in radio show, “Car Talk” after more
NPR's Car Talk' — the call-in radio show devoted to helping people around the country determine just what that weird whooshing sound means — will cease recording new episodes this fall. Hosts Tom Magliozzi and Ray
By Marla Lehner The popular hosts of Car Talk on National Public Radio are putting their show in park. Tom and Ray Magliozzi, aka Click and Clack the Tappet Brothers, are retiring from the show after 25 years this fall, it was announced Friday.
By: DAVID BAUDER, AP Entertainment Writer | AP NEW YORK (AP) The comic mechanics on NPR's "Car Talk" are pulling in to the garage. Brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi said Friday they will stop making new episodes of their joke-filled auto advice show at
By Ros Krasny BOSTON (Reuters) – Tom and Ray Magliozzi, hosts of National Public Radio's popular "Car Talk" program, will retire in September after decades of dispensing automotive repair and driving advice laced with a side of wicked humor.Read More
I'll Have Another will try to enter the pantheon of horseracing by winning the Belmont Stakes, the final leg of the Triple Crown, on Saturday night (June 9, 2012). (Editor's note: On Friday afternoon, June 8, a leg injury forced I'll
Without I'll Have Another, the field for the Belmont Stakes has completely opened up.
The elusive Triple Crown will have to wait at least one more year as I'll Have Another will not race in Saturday's Belmont Stakes.
I'll Have Another has been scratched from the Belmont Stakes, ending the horse's bid to become horse racing's first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978.
[Updated at 12:34 p.m. ET] The racehorse I'll Have Another has been scratched from Saturday's Belmont Stakes, ending its bid to become the first Triple Crown winner in 34 years, a spokesman for trainer Doug O'NeillRead More
Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens – who had a chance to win a Triple Crown – joined The Norris & Davis Show to talk about The Belmont Stakes. Can I'll Have Another win the Triple Crown?
Who will win the Belmont? A half-dozen New York Times staffers offer their thoughts.
I'll Have Another's bid for a Triple Crown ended Friday morning with the shocking news that the chestnut colt was out of the Belmont Stakes because of a swollen left front tendon.
There only has been 11 horses that have won the Triple Crown and just 21 who won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness but lost in the Belmont Stakes. There were 3 that took the prize in the 1970's, Secretariat 1973, Seattle
By AP NEW YORK (AP) – Triple Crown hopeful I'll Have Another will not run in Belmont Stakes. Check back for more details. Reader comments on Sacbee.com are the opinions of the writer, not The Sacramento Bee. If you see an objectionable comment,Read More
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Triple Crown hero Scott Williams has won the battle to take over from the crocked Jamie Roberts for the first Test against the wounded Wallabies. The Scarlets centre gets the nod ahead of the in-form Ashley Beck and the versatile James Hook at No.
Who will win the Belmont? A half-dozen New York Times staffers offer their thoughts.
Though American racing fans have been waiting for a Triple Crown since 1978, the English have them beat. No horse has won the English Triple Crown for colts since 1970.
The 3-year-old colt, who will try to make history by becoming the first Triple Crown winner since 1978 in Saturday's Belmont Stakes, stayed in the new state-mandated detention barn Wednesday night and appeared no worse for wear Thursday morning.
Contributor Network – 7 minutes ago No one plans for a Triple Crown, and, once they happen — they happen quickly. Since the 2012 Preakness ended in late May, all eyes have been on I'll Have Another to be the first Triple Crown winner in over three andRead More
hasn't been out since failed turf try at Aqueduct on April 6; looks well spotted for return. Purge Bird has been second best in last two; top threat. Patent Pending Tom is just 1-for-51 in his career but was a clear third in latest. weakened to fourth
The Belmont Stakes is this weekend and Long Island is already counting the blessings of having one of the largest sporting events in the world in the Tri-State Area.
yelled the reporters chasing down Mr. Shivmangal in the backstretch of Belmont Park on Thursday to ask him if he really thought his horse Guyana Star Dweej had a real shot in the Belmont Stakes on Saturday. His colt has the longest odds in the field,
Can I'll Have Another become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978? The Rail's Melissa Hoppert thinks so, but her Times colleague Victor Mather thinks this will not be the year.
Need to quickly get up to speed on the 2012 Belmont Stakes field? If not, share this thumbnail of the field with your friends and family who don't follow racing as closely as you do!Read More
The move of all horses entered in the Belmont Stakes (gr. I) to Barn 2 at Belmont Park was an orderly process June 6, with 4-5 morning-line favorite I'll Have Another the last to arrive just a few minutes past noon.
Nothing, though, has prepared the 56-year-old from Windsor, Ontario, for a date with immortality at the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, when the colt he bought for $35000—I'll Have Another—attempts to become the first Triple Crown champion in 34 years.
A look at the entries, post positions and morning line odds for the 2012 Belmont Stakes featuring Triple Crown hopeful I'll Have Another.
And now, after victories in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, Gutierrez and the colt are on the brink of winning the Triple Crown on Saturday in the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park. If anything beats them, goes the conventional wisdom,
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistribu Even a kick in the head couldn't keep D. Wayne Lukas away, not with the Belmont Stakes coming up Saturday. The Hall of Fame trainer reported to work as usual Wednesday morning,Read More