Preakness Pick: Art Collector Will Reward Trainer’s Patience

BALTIMORE (AP) — Trainers are always supposed to do the right thing for their horses, even when it’s time to make a difficult and likely costly decision.

Tommy Drury did just that a few weeks ago.

Only the most serious horseplayers probably know who Drury is. He’s not a big-name trainer like Bob Baffert or Todd Pletcher; he’s a guy with exactly one graded stakes win in his 30-year career, someone whose purse earnings in 1994 were all of $71, and who topped the $1 million mark in annual earnings this year for the first time.But 2020 was shaping up as […]

Source: baltimore.cbslocal.com

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