West Point Trainers Seek Black Eyed Susan/Preakness Double
Best of Luck to West Point trainers Dallas Stewart and Dale Romans this weekend at Pimlico. They will look to complete the Black Eyed Susan/Preakness double. Both have been an instrumental part of West Point's success on the racetrack, and they are both exceptional horsemen. We are hopeful that Dale and Dallas can lead us back to Batlimore to "dance the big dance" in years to come.
Two years ago, we experienced the thrill of Preakness week alongside trainer Dallas Stewart with our talented grey colt Macho Again. Despite going off at odds of over 40-1, he gave us a huge thrill when he finished second to Big Brown in the second leg of the Triple Crown.
On Friday, Stewart sends out Seeking The Title, a three-year-old daughter of Seeking The Gold in the Black Eyed Susan (gr. II). Seeking The Title is exiting a third place finish in the Fair Grounds Oaks (gr. II) in March. She is an inexperienced filly that has shown immense talent, and is one to watch for the future.
Dale Romans has never started a horse in the Preakness Stakes. His duo in this year's running has a big shot. Paddy O'Prado finished a game third in the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago and looks great leading up to Saturday. First Dude skipped the Kentucky Derby, and enters the Preakness off a third place finish in the Blue Grass (gr. I) at Keeneland in April. Post time for the Preakness Stakes is 6:12 ET.