Report: Greatest Honour Off Derby Trail

Greatest Honour | Courtlandt Farm

According to a report from Daily Racing Form's Jay Privman, leading GI Kentucky Derby contender Greatest Honour (Tapit) will be forced to miss the “Run for the Roses” and will instead get approximately 60 days off. Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey had the Courtlandt Farms homebred examined by Dr. Larry Bramlage after not being satisfied with how he came out of a somewhat disappointing third as the 4-5 favorite in the GI Curlin Florida Derby Mar. 27. The regally bred bay colt had taken each of his three starts prior to the Florida Derby, including the Jan. 30 GIII Holy Bull S. and Feb. 27 GII Fasig-Tipton Fountain of Youth S.

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