LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — 9 horses have been made eligible to compete on this 12 months’s Triple Crown collection with a $6,000 late fee.
Tampa Bay Derby winner Helium and Gotham Stakes winner Weyburn had been among the many additions when funds had been due Monday.
Different late nominees are: UAE Derby runner-up Panadol; Hockey Dad; Turf Paradise Derby winner It’s My Home; Maythehorsebwithu; Tiz Mandate; Carrothers, and Again Ring Luck.
There at the moment are 335 horses eligible to compete within the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes.
Any horse not nominated through the early or late phases can turn out to be eligible by a supplemental fee due on the time of entry for every Triple Crown race. The Kentucky Derby charge is $200,000, the Preakness charge is $100,000, and the Belmont prices $50,000.
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