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Normandy Invasion back under consideration


Sunday, March 10, 2013 | Tapit
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After initially saying he didn’t plan to run Kentucky Derby fourth-place finisher Normandy Invasion back in the Preakness, trainer Chad Brown on Monday reserved the right to change his mind. 

"I kind of retreated to not knowing what I’m going to do,” Brown said Monday at his Belmont Park barn. “I want to see how my horse trains this week. I’m not sure he is a Belmont [Stakes] horse. It’s not totally out of the realm that I run in the Preakness then give him a break."

Tapit has already sired 11 Grade 1 winners to date.