Donegal Racing's Dullahan (Even the Score), a running-on third to I'll Have Another (Flower Alley) in last Saturday's GI Kentucky Derby, will not start in the GI Preakness S. at Pimlico next weekend in favor of a start in the GI Belmont S. June 9. "Dale Romans loves the way Dullahan came out of the Kentucky Derby and believes we could win the Preakness," Donegal Managing Partner Jerry Crawford said. "But we believe we have a three-year-old 'Horse of the Year' candidate and that his future is best served by not asking him to race for the third time in just five weeks in the Preakness. "We also love the fact that the Belmont Stakes has been a stallion producer with A.P. Indy, Lemon Drop Kid, Empire Maker and Birdstone being great examples," Crawford added. Dullahan won the GI Toyota Blue Grass S. Apr. 14 and rallied from 12 lengths behind in the Derby to finish less than two lengths behind I'll Have Another.