Coach Doug O’Neill confirmed the injury to the horse and his desertion of the race distance of 2,400 meters. “I’ll Have Another is officially out of the Belmont Stakes because of a swollen left front tendon. Probably will be out for the rest of the year, “said the coach.
Again the U.S. horse racing runs out Triple Crown. The last was Affirmed in the 1978 season. Now the choice comes with a lot of Venezuelan jockey Javier Castilian with Dullahan, which was second favorite in the betting.
Dullahan finished third in the Kentucky Derby, and skipped the Preakness Stakes now this horse is the betting favorite at sportsbooks all over the world. Union Rags and Paynter are the next on the list to win the 2012 Belmont Stakes.