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Congratulations to the connections of I'll Have Another on winning the first two jewels of racing's triple crown.

Owner Paul Reddam (a 56 year old native of Toronto Ontario who lives in Southern California)

Trainer Doug O'Neill (a 43 year old native of Dearborn Michigan who trains on the Southern California thoroughbred racing curcuit)

Jockey Mario Gutierrez (a 25 year old native of Veracruz Mexico who established his riding career at Hastings Park in Vancouver British Columbia)

I'll Have Another's sire is Flower Alley
His dam is Arch's Gal Edith (who was a daughter of Arch)

I'll Have Another is a chestnut colored thoroughbred and was bred in Kentucky by Harvey Clarke

He was originally purchased as a yearling for $11,000 at the Keeneland Sales by Victor Davila.

He was purchased as a two year old by his current owner for $35,000 at the Ocala Breeders Sale

How did the horse I'll Have Another get his name?

Owner Paul Reddam really enjoyed his wife's freshly baked cookies and kept saying "I'll have another...and another...and another"

View his Kentucky Derby win below:

I'll Have Another went off at odds of 15-1 in the Kentucky Derby and paid $32.60 to win

Kentucky Derby first quarter time - 22.32
Kentucky Derby half mile time - 45.39
Kentucky Derby six furlong time - 1:09.80
Kentucky Derby mile time - 1:35.19
final Kentucky Derby race time for 1 mile 1/4 - 2:01.83

View his Preakness win below:

I'll Have Another went off at odds of 3-1 in the Preakness and paid $8.40 to win.

Preakness first quarter time - 23.79
Preakness half mile time - 47.68
Preakness six furlong time - 1:11.72
Preakness mile time - 1:36.69
final Preakness race time for 1 mile 1/16 - 1:55.94

I'll Have Another received a 109 Beyer speed figure for the Preakness.

He now will attempt to win the triple crown at Belmont Park on Saturday, June 9.

View his Santa Anita Derby win below: