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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Chad Brown
Zivo and Farhaan won the $100,000 stakes at Aqueduct on Saturday.
Zivo won the $75,000 Whodam Stakes at Aqueduct on Sunday, edging Saratoga Snacks by a head for his fifth victory in 11 starts.
1st-$40,000, Claiming $20,000-$20,000, 4-Year-Olds & Up , One Mile and Seventy Yards
I'll Have Another's tendon injury eliminates the possibility for a historic Belmont Stakes on Saturday evening. But it also drastically changes the race with the horse considered to be the best now scratched.
I'll Have Another overcame the challenge of 20 horses in the Kentucky Derby and the first dose of the burden of expectations in the Preakness Stakes. But to complete the Triple Crown, he'll have to deal with being the favorite for the first time.
"Several good horses in here, but obviously I'll Have Another is the horse to beat," Street Life trainer Chad Brown said. "He's for real."