I’LL HAVE ANOTHER – Winner KENTUCKY DERBY & PREAKNESS STAKES 2012 – Purse $1,459,600 + $600K

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Kentucky Derby & Preakness Stakes

Winner 2012

I’LL HAVE ANOTHER

Twitter Bio for I’ll Have Another: “I am the Kentucky Derby and Preakness 2012 winning

three year old chestnut colt living the dream. On the Triple Crown Trail. Next stop Belmont and History! “

 

Apr. 28, 2012 in Louisville preparing for The Kentucky Derby.  Larry ‘Thumper’ Jones performs Deep Tissue Massage on I’ll Have Another with Dr. Noble’s Equissager Pro. (inventor of Thumper brand of massagers)

No pressing down, just rest it onto the horse, no work for the operator & no kick-back. Deep Impact Massager.

I’LL HAVE ANOTHER – WON SANTA ANITA DERBY $750,000 PURSE APR. 7, 2012, BEFORE A CROWD OF 33,166 TO ESTABLISH HIMSELF AS THE WEST COAST'S TOP REPRESENTATIVE IN THE KENTUCKY DERBY ON MAY 5, 2012.

Larry ‘Thumper’ Jones has been using Chiropractor Edward Noble’s strong impact massagers for

so long - that ‘Thumper’ is now his Nickname, in reference to Dr. Noble’s previous brand of massagers.

Video below is Larry using Dr. Noble’s NEW Equissager Pro model at the Kentucky Derby.

I’LL HAVE ANOTHER – WON THE KENTUCKY DERBY MAY 5, 2012 BEFORE A RECORD CROWD OF 165,307. KY DERBY’S FIRST PLACE PRIZE OF $1,459,600 INCREASED I’LL HAVE ANOTHER’S CAREER EARNINGS TO $2,093,600.

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USA TODAY - Mon. April 30, 2012

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From The Inventor
of Thumper
Dr. Noble’s NEW
Equissager Pro
at the Kentucky Derby

I’LL HAVE ANOTHER – WON THE PREAKNESS MAY 19, 2012 BEFORE A RECORD CROWD OF 121,309. PREAKNESS FIRST PLACE PRIZE OF $600K INCREASED I’LL HAVE ANOTHER’S CAREER EARNINGS TO OVER $2.6M.

Trainer Doug O’Neill commented after the Kentucky Derby win to the Baltimore Sun, Steven Petrella.


        I'll Have Another recovered very well from the Derby and has progressed leading up the Preakness, according to O'Neill, who said that is in part because of the rehabilitative work Jones performed.  “After the fanfare and celebration ended at Churchill Downs, the winner returned to his stall for a cool down and wash. He got a massage from Jones, drank a bucket of water and fell sound asleep for six hours, snoring the whole time.”

        “He's done a tremendous job of keeping the horses happy, and open,” O'Neill said. “And that has a been a huge part of the [team success] surrounding the horse.”

Preakness Stakes 2012 - Finish Line

Preakness Stakes 2012 - Finish Line