“Breezing” or “breezed” indicates the horse was not under strong urging. “Handily” indicates the horse was under urging from its rider. Numbers in parentheses represent the ranking among other horses that worked that day at the specified distance and track.
Cloud Computing: 5/7 – The Grade 2 Wood Memorial Stakes show finisher, who skipped the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby to await the May 20 Grade 1 Preakness Stakes at Pimlico, posted a five-furlong breeze over Belmont Park’s good training track in 1:00.20 (1/26).
Conquest Mo Money: 5/5 – The Grade 1 Arkansas Derby runner-up, whose connections bypassed the Kentucky Derby in favor of the second leg of the Triple Crown, breezed six furlongs on fast dirt at Prairie Meadows in 1:14.20 (1/1).
Master Plan: 5/7 – Trainer Todd Pletcher’s colt, who was excluded from the Kentucky Derby as an also-eligible entrant, breezed four furlongs in :48.20 (1/21) over a fast Churchill Downs course to prepare for a start in the Grade 3 Peter Pan Stakes on May 13 at Belmont Park.
Multiplier: 5/8 – The Grade 3 Illinois Derby champ worked towards a start in the Preakness by breezing four furlongs on Keeneland’s fast oval in :50.60 (37/43).
Royal Mo: 5/7 – The son of Uncle Mo, who failed to draw into the Kentucky Derby from the also-eligible list and is headed to the Preakness, recorded a lethargic five-furlong breeze in 1:05.00 (7/7) over Churchill Downs’ fast surface.
Senior Investment: 5/8 – Fern Circle Stables’ Grade 3 Lexington Stakes hero prepared for a planned start in the Preakness with a five-furlong breeze on Keeneland’s fast main track in 1:00.40 (1/22).