A year ago, Tenfold came within three-quarters of a length of winning the Preakness Stakes, finishing just behind Justify and Bravazo.
It was that race that trainer Steve Asmussen had in mind when he pointed the dark bay/brown colt to the Pimlico Special (G3) on Friday, and Tenfold once again showed his affinity for Old Hilltop, battling through traffic to win by a neck.
“This race was a definite target because of how he ran in the Preakness last year. That race had everything to do with us coming back,” said trainer Steve Asmussen.
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