One-way 'Street'

Borel rallies colt to 2 1/4 -length victory

Md. jockey Pino `ecstatic' in 2nd place

May 06, 2007|By Sandra McKee | Sandra McKee,Sun reporter

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Street Sense, the Breeders' Cup Juvenile champion who most horse racing experts said couldn't win the Kentucky Derby, won yesterday. But as the field of 20 horses rounded the final turn for the long drive down the Churchill Downs frontstretch, it certainly didn't look like that would happen.

Sitting in the lead on Hard Spun at the top the stretch, Mario Pino wouldn't have believed it if you had told him.

The Preakness Second leg of Triple Crown, May 19, Pimlico Race Course

The Preakness

What -- Second leg of thoroughbred horse racing's Triple Crown

When -- May 19

Where -- Pimlico Race Course

Distance -- 1 3/16 miles

TV -- Chs. 11, 4

2006 winner -- Bernardini (1:54.65)

The Race

(Post position in parentheses)

1. STREET SENSE (7) Win: $11.80 Place: $6.40 Show: $4.60

2. HARD SPUN (8) Place: $9.80 Show: $7.00

3. CURLIN (2) Show: $5.60 Time: 2:02.17 Margin of victory: 2 1/4 lengths Winning jockey Calvin Borel Winning trainer: Carl Nafzger

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