Tiz The Law Out Of Preakness: ‘We Really Want To Go Into The Breeders’ Cup With A Fresh, Happy Horse’

Veteran trainer Barclay Tagg officially ruled Tiz the Law out of consideration for the Oct. 3 Preakness Stakes this Tuesday, according to the Daily Racing Form’s David Grening. The 3-year-old son of Constitution, second in the Kentucky Derby earlier this month, will instead wait for the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Keeneland on Nov. 7.

“Since we have no shot at winning the Triple Crown our big goal with this colt is of course the Breeders’ Cup,” Tagg said. “We really want to go into the Breeders’ Cup with a fresh, happy horse.”

The winner of the Florida Derby, Belmont Stakes, and the Travers Stakes this season, Sackatoga Stable’s Tiz the Law was the heavy favorite to win the Run for the Roses on Sept. 5 but fell short to Haskell winner Authentic, beaten 1 1/4 lengths at the wire. Tiz the Law has not recorded a timed workout since the Kentucky Derby.

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