Kentucky Derby Winner Rich Strike Will Not Compete In Preakness




Despite taking home the Kentucky Derby win last weekend, Rich Strike will not be going after racing’s triple crown. On Thursday, his owner announced the horse won’t compete in Preakness, saying he wants to let the horse rest for five weeks to prepare to race in the Belmont Stakes.

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