The Triple Crown series ended with Sir Winston crossing the wire first in the Belmont Stakes. 19 horses ran in the Kentucky Derby, 13 ran in the Preakness, and 10 ran in the Belmont Stakes. So, where are all of these horses now?
Maximum Security: Maximum Security crossed the wire first in the Kentucky Derby but was disqualified to 17th place. He didn’t race in any of the other two legs of the Triple Crown and instead raced in the Pegasus Stakes, finishing second. He is racing next in the Gr.1 Haskell Invitational on July 20th.
Country House: Country House, the winner of the Kentucky Derby, developed an illness and missed the other two legs of the TC series. He has been given time off and will likely return to the races early next year.
Code of Honor: Code of Honor finished 2nd in the Kentucky Derby. He skipped the other two legs of the TC series and returned to the races on July 6th with a last-to-first win the Gr.3 Dwyer Stakes (even with his jockey dropping the whip). He is pointed towards both the Gr.2 Jim Dandy on July 27th and the Gr.1 Travers on August 24th.
Tacitus: Tacitus finished 3rd in the Kentucky Derby and 2nd in the Belmont Stakes. He may run in the Gr.2 Jim Dandy on July 27th or the Gr.1 Travers on August 24th.
Improbable: Improbable finished 4th in the Kentucky Derby and 6th in the Preakness Stakes. Trainer Bob Baffert is still unsure where he will be running Improbable next.
Game Winner: Game winner finished 5th in the Kentucky Derby and did not race in the other two legs of the Triple Crown series. He is running on July 13th in the Gr.3 Los Alamitos Derby. He may then be entered in the Gr.1 Travers Stakes.
Master Fencer: This Japanese horse finished 6th in the Kentucky Derby and 5th in the Belmont Stakes. He switched to turf for his latest start in the July 6th Gr.1 Belmont Derby, finishing 13th. He was aimed to participate in the whole Turf Trinity (Saratoga Derby and Jockey Club Derby), but it is now unclear if he will run in those races.
War of Will: War of Will finished 7th in the Kentucky Derby, 1st in the Preakness Stakes, and 9th in the Belmont Stakes. He is probable for the Gr.2 Jim Dandy on July 27th and the Gr.1 Travers on August 24th could be his long-term plan.
Plus Que Parfait: Plus Que Parfait finished 8th in the Kentucky Derby. He recently switched back to turf, running 6th in the Gr.1 Belmont Derby on July 6th.
Win Win Win: Win Win Win finished 9th in the Kentucky Derby and 7th in the Preakness Stakes. He was switched to the turf on July 4th, winning the Manila Stakes. His next start hasn’t been announced yet, but the Gr.1 Saratoga Derby is a potential target if trainer Mike Trombetta decides to keep his horse on the turf.
Cutting Humor: Cutting Humor finished 10th in the Kentucky Derby. He has yet to return to the work tab for trainer Todd Pletcher.
By My Standards: By My Standards finished 11th in the Kentucky Derby. He developed a tender foot in June and will be resting at a nearby farm for a few months.
Vekoma: Vekoma finished 12th in the Kentucky Derby. He missed his next slated start in the Gr.3 Dwyer due to a hoof problem and will likely make his next start sometime during Saratoga’s meet.
Bodexpress: Bodexpress finished 13th in the Kentucky Derby before losing his jockey at the start of the Preakness Stakes. No plans for him have been announced yet.
Tax: Tax finished 14th in the Kentucky Derby and 4th in the Belmont Stakes. He is listed as possible for the Gr.1 Haskell Invitational on July 20th.