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With an opportunity gone in the Kentucky Derby, Saturday's Preakness Stakes was another chance for Bodemeister to prove he could be one of the all-time greats. All he had to do, trainer Bob Baffert said, was run "his race."
Graham Motion isn't in the spotlight this time. His Triple Crown dream is over, as favorite Bodemeister and Kentucky Derby winner I'll Have Another are the talk of Preakness week at Pimlico Race Course.
Mike Harrington is content watching the hubbub of Kentucky Derby week from afar. The 71-year-old trainer is happily tucked away in a non-descript barn that lacks even the teeniest view of Churchill Downs' magnificent Twin Spires.
"[Creative Cause] always brings his best race. He just couldnt outrun those horses," Harrington said. "What can you do? Youve got to try to win the race. Joel Rosario tried to win the race. I have no regrets."
"Be fast," Harrington said.