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By New York Daily News | May 25, 1992
ELMONT, N.Y. -- Alydeed, whose second-place finish in the Preakness turned him into one of the top 3-year-olds in training, will pass on the June 6 Belmont Stakes. The owner and trainer of the Canadian-based colt are reluctant to run him without the anti-bleeding medication Lasix.
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By New York Daily News | May 29, 1993
NEW YORK -- It was Bull Outofthe money.Florida Derby winner Bull Inthe Heather had an inauspicious turf debut Thursday, finishing a dull fourth in a 1 1/16-mile allowance race on the grass at Belmont Park. Trainer Howie Tesher declared after the race that Bull Inthe Heather would not start in the Belmont Stakes June 5."You can't run him in the Belmont now, not off two bad races in a row," said Tesher, who was referring to the colt's 11th-place finish in the Kentucky Derby.Bull Inthe Heather showed far more speed than normal, dropped back under jockey Wigberto Ramos and finally made a mild run at theend.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 8, 1992
Again, the medication Lasix might have an impact on the Preakness.It was almost 10 years ago that the owners of Desert Wine were forced to get a court injunction in order to run their horse on Lasix in the 1983 Preakness. Desert Wine subsequently finished second to Deputed Testamony.Now, the Preakness could lose a potential starter, Alydeed, because he might be ineligible to race on Lasix.The Alydeed incident surfaced yesterday in Illinois.Roger Attfield, the horse's trainer, was set to the enter the Canadian colt in the race because he didn't think the horse would have enough earnings to draw into a full, 14-horse Preakness field.
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By New York Daily News | May 25, 1992
ELMONT, N.Y. -- Alydeed, whose second-place finish in the Preakness turned him into one of the top 3-year-olds in training, will pass on the June 6 Belmont Stakes. The owner and trainer of the Canadian-based colt are reluctant to run him without the anti-bleeding medication Lasix.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 9, 1992
Pimlico Race Course stewards said yesterday that it is OK for Alydeed to race on Lasix in the Preakness.But Roger Attfield, trainer of the horse, said it is still uncertain whether the 3-year-old Canadian-bred colt will be shipped to Maryland.Questions about Alydeed's Lasix eligibility surfaced after Attfield planned to run the horse today in the Illinois Derby at Sportsman's Park near Chicago.Illinois stewards said the horse couldn't run on Lasix in that state since Alydeed had bled after a workout at Woodbine Race Course in Toronto on May 4. Attfield then did not enter the horse in the Illinois race.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
Two months ago, the racing future of Alydeed seemed, at best, uncertain. After chipping a bone in an ankle last year, the promising Canadian horse came down with a serious lung infection.So, yesterday, when Alydeed lost its lead to Pine Bluff down the stretch to finish second in the Preakness, there was very little disappointment. Alydeed's bumpy past didn't seem as important what jockey Craig Perret called "a very bright future.""I doubt very much you've seen the best of this horse," said Bob Anderson, who bred Alydeed for owner Donald G. Wilmot, the TC chairman of The Molsons Cos. Limited.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 14, 1992
Alydeed looks like the horse Arazi should have been.The handsome, 16.3-hand colt is the "sexy" horse in the Preakness field, the one animal that might cause bettors to lose their senses and splurge on a relative unknown.Lil E. Tee might have won the Kentucky Derby and has a cuddly name, but Alydeed wins hands down in the charisma department.It's no secret that Craig Perret, winner of the Pimlico Special last weekend on Strike the Gold, says Alydeed is the best 3-year-old around and plans to stay with him through the rest of the year's big races.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 7, 1992
Two new starters, Careful Gesture and My Luck Runs North, joined the burgeoning Preakness field yesterday, making life a bit complicated for Canadian trainer Roger Attfield.Attfield conditions Alydeed, the highly regarded but lightly raced grandson of Nijinsky II. Alydeed won the Derby Trial at Churchill Downs, but Attfield skipped the Derby with the intention of running the colt in the Preakness.Now, it looks as if Alydeed could get bumped from the Preakness and instead be running Saturday in the Illinois Derby at Sportsman's Park in Cicero, Ill.Attfield is concerned that Alydeed might be dropped from the Preakness lineup because he has only $120,252 in earnings.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 12, 1992
Kentucky Derby winner Lil E. Tee and the two Derby runners-up, Casual Lies and Dance Floor, arrived yesterday at Pimlico Race Course looking fresh, relaxed and none the worse for wear after a 1-hour, 20-minute flight from Louisville, Ky.They seemed to have come out of the grueling 1 1/4 -mile Derby in surprisingly good shape.But the bottom line is this: The Preakness is going to be a vastly different horse race than the Derby, and they'd better have their running shoes on Saturday.The new ingredient is speed, and "the horse everyone is looking at is Alydeed," said Lynn Whiting, trainer of Lil E. Tee.There was no true speed horse in the Derby, and the result was a plodding, lethargic pace.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | May 17, 1992
Craig Perret emerged from the shower in the jockeys' room wearing a white robe, a cigarette and a small smile. A reporter asked him how it felt."You ever write a bad story?" he answered. "Ever write a bad one and then it's too late and you can't get it back? That's how it feels."He folded his arms. Brushed back his wet hair with his hands. Left his cigarette dangling on a table. What, you wanted him to cry?"I'm gonna go home and eat and sleep and be fine," Perret said. "I did what I did. I picked the wrong horse.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
Two months ago, the racing future of Alydeed seemed, at best, uncertain. After chipping a bone in an ankle last year, the promising Canadian horse came down with a serious lung infection.So, yesterday, when Alydeed lost its lead to Pine Bluff down the stretch to finish second in the Preakness, there was very little disappointment. Alydeed's bumpy past didn't seem as important what jockey Craig Perret called "a very bright future.""I doubt very much you've seen the best of this horse," said Bob Anderson, who bred Alydeed for owner Donald G. Wilmot, the TC chairman of The Molsons Cos. Limited.
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By Ross Peddicord and Sun reporter | May 17, 1992
A horse that had been scorned by jockeys, but was loved by the bettors won the 117th running of the Preakness yesterday at Pimlico Race Course . Pine Bluff became only the second favorite in the last decade to win the race and spoiled the Triple Crown hopes of Lil E. Tee. The Kentucky Derby winner, who bled, according to his trainer, Lynn Whiting, finished fifth. Lil E. Tee went off a surprising second choice to Pine Bluff, who he had beaten soundly in the Derby.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
A horse that had been scorned by jockeys, but was loved by the bettors won the 117th running of the Preakness yesterday at Pimlico Race Course.Pine Bluff became only the second favorite in the last decade to win the race and spoiled the Triple Crown hopes of Lil E. Tee. The Kentucky Derby winner, who bled, according to his trainer, Lynn Whiting, finished fifth.Lil E. Tee went off a surprising second choice to Pine Bluff, who he had beaten soundly in the Derby.But Pine Bluff was no short-priced choice.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | May 17, 1992
Craig Perret emerged from the shower in the jockeys' room wearing a white robe, a cigarette and a small smile. A reporter asked him how it felt."You ever write a bad story?" he answered. "Ever write a bad one and then it's too late and you can't get it back? That's how it feels."He folded his arms. Brushed back his wet hair with his hands. Left his cigarette dangling on a table. What, you wanted him to cry?"I'm gonna go home and eat and sleep and be fine," Perret said. "I did what I did. I picked the wrong horse.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 14, 1992
Alydeed looks like the horse Arazi should have been.The handsome, 16.3-hand colt is the "sexy" horse in the Preakness field, the one animal that might cause bettors to lose their senses and splurge on a relative unknown.Lil E. Tee might have won the Kentucky Derby and has a cuddly name, but Alydeed wins hands down in the charisma department.It's no secret that Craig Perret, winner of the Pimlico Special last weekend on Strike the Gold, says Alydeed is the best 3-year-old around and plans to stay with him through the rest of the year's big races.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 12, 1992
Kentucky Derby winner Lil E. Tee and the two Derby runners-up, Casual Lies and Dance Floor, arrived yesterday at Pimlico Race Course looking fresh, relaxed and none the worse for wear after a 1-hour, 20-minute flight from Louisville, Ky.They seemed to have come out of the grueling 1 1/4 -mile Derby in surprisingly good shape.But the bottom line is this: The Preakness is going to be a vastly different horse race than the Derby, and they'd better have their running shoes on Saturday.The new ingredient is speed, and "the horse everyone is looking at is Alydeed," said Lynn Whiting, trainer of Lil E. Tee.There was no true speed horse in the Derby, and the result was a plodding, lethargic pace.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
A horse that had been scorned by jockeys, but was loved by the bettors won the 117th running of the Preakness yesterday at Pimlico Race Course.Pine Bluff became only the second favorite in the last decade to win the race and spoiled the Triple Crown hopes of Lil E. Tee. The Kentucky Derby winner, who bled, according to his trainer, Lynn Whiting, finished fifth.Lil E. Tee went off a surprising second choice to Pine Bluff, who he had beaten soundly in the Derby.But Pine Bluff was no short-priced choice.
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By Ross Peddicord and Sun reporter | May 17, 1992
A horse that had been scorned by jockeys, but was loved by the bettors won the 117th running of the Preakness yesterday at Pimlico Race Course . Pine Bluff became only the second favorite in the last decade to win the race and spoiled the Triple Crown hopes of Lil E. Tee. The Kentucky Derby winner, who bled, according to his trainer, Lynn Whiting, finished fifth. Lil E. Tee went off a surprising second choice to Pine Bluff, who he had beaten soundly in the Derby.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | May 11, 1992
The second-highest money winner in the potential field, Pistols And Roses, will not run in the 117th Preakness.Pistols And Roses is heading back to Florida after developing some trouble in his left front ankle and will not train for a week to 10 days."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | May 11, 1992
The second-highest money-winner in the potential field, Pistols And Roses will not run in the 117th Preakness on Saturday.Pistols And Roses is heading back to Florida after developing trouble in his left front ankle and will not train for a week to 10 days."
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