Kentucky Derby third-place finisher Dullahan
arrived at Belmont
Park at approximately
6:30 Monday morning to finish preparations for his attempt to spoil I’ll
Have Another’s Triple Crown bid in the June 9 Belmont Stakes.
“He’ll jog in the morning, gallop a few days, and breeze on
Saturday,” said trainer Dale Romans of the Donegal Racing color-bearer.
“He came out of the Derby
in great shape. He’s happy, fresh, [and the race] didn’t seem to
knock him out any. He has the extra time between races, and he’s doing
Romans will remain in New
York through the Belmont Stakes, the trainer said.
Later today, Romans will saddle 2011 Preakness winner Shackleford in the Grade
1 Metropolitan Handicap, which also attracted To Honor and Serve, Caleb’s
Caixa Eletronica, and Jackson Bend.