It is understandable that the connections of Mine That Bird were not
looking beyond the Derby and Woolley on Sunday morning was hesitant to
commit the surprising winner to the second leg of the Triple Crown.
wasn't something that was on our radar, but we will decide in a day or
two," Woolley told reporters. "We're still trying to grasp what
happened yesterday. First time in the Derby and to win it at 50-1, is a
humbling experience. The Preakness tends to be a little more
speed-biased and I don't know if that is going to fit our horse. There
is no obligation. What's best for the horse has to come first."