The horse that was set to become the first to win racing's Triple Crown in 34 years has been scratched from the final leg of the three races. Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I'll Have Another was scratched on Friday by trainer Doug O'Neill.
After twice chasing down Bodemeister to win in the stretch, I'll Have Another and jockey Mario Gutierrez are set to run for history. The winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness is off to the Belmont Stakes and his trainer said he's in "super shape."
Dreams really do come true when your name is Mario Gutierrez. Aboard Kentucky Derby winner I’ll Have Another, Gutierrez masterfully rode to a heart-stopping win today in the 2012 Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, Maryland.