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Triple Crown 2024 Racing Dudes Fantasy League Update: Rebel Stakes Next
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Triple Crown 2024 Racing Dudes Fantasy League Update: Rebel Stakes Next

Each week, get the standings, power rankings, and recent transactions for every Racing Dudes Triple Crown Fantasy League team.

Not only will you see the latest claims in the league (which will show you what horses might be up-and-coming), but you will also get updates on the runners as they prepare for their next starts.

Which Triple Crown Fantasy Leagues were most affected by last week’s Risen Star Stakes (G2)? Who stands to gain ground in this week’s Rebel Stakes (G2)? Find out below!

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Current Triple Crown Fantasy League Standings

RankTeam Score Current Team Members
1Kelby/Evil Steveil 200Fierceness, Catching Freedom, Hall of Fame, Snead, Just Steel
2Actual Double D's 151Knightsbridge, Track Phantom, Forever Young, Endlessly, Otello
3Geist136Muth, Air of Defiance, Stronghold, Dimatic, Mystik Dan
4Jared Welch115Conquest Warrior, Coach Prime, Timberlake, Imagination, Mindframe
5Dan/Michael 75Sierra Leone, Book'em Danno, Bergen, Rocketeer, Maymun
6Double D's 41Nysos, The Wine Steward, Carbone, Moonlight, Amante Bianco
7Vinny Blond 40Dornoch, Domestic Product, Just a Touch, Scatify, Resilience
8Shotty/Davey 22Common Defense, Liberal Arts, Otto the Conqueror, Deterministic, Real Men Violin
9Magic Mike Show 2Parchment Party, Honor Marie, Encino, Tuscan Gold, First World War
10Jon/Ryan-24Nash, Tuscan Sky, Hades, Victory Avenue, Born Noble
11Aaron Halterman -39Speak Easy, Merit, Antiquarian, Wynstock, Who Dey

Recent Claims

We have one claims to announce

  • Geist CLAIMED Dimatic and DROPPED Stretch Ride

Power Rankings

The Power Rankings feature teams’ odds to win the Triple Crown Fantasy League, as well as an update on every horse on each team. Here we go:

1. Kelby/Evil Steveil (2/1)

2. Dan Waite and Michael Ossen (5/2)

  • Sierra Leone – He picked up the first major points of the season with a nice win in the Risen Star Stakes (G2).
  • Book’em Danno – This sprinter will try the Saudi Derby next.
  • Rhyme Schemes – The Saratoga Special Stakes (G2) winner has been on the sidelines with an injury since that August race.
  • Rocketeer – He finally had his first workout of the season on 2/18.
  • Maymun – He dazzled in an impressive allowance win at Santa Anita Park.

3. Double Ds (Doc Tang and Doc Miranda) (4/1)

4. Geist (6/1) 

  • Muth – The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) runner-up kicked off his 2024 season winning the San Vicente Stakes (G2).
  • Air of Defiance – This horse was a solid maiden winner but has not worked since November 3.
  • Stronghold – This horse picked up a huge win for this team in the Sunland Derby (G3).
  • Dimatic – He’ll run this weekend in the Rebel Stakes (G2).
  • Mystik Dan – The newest member of the team was a runaway winner of the Southwest Stakes (G3).

5. Actual Double Ds (Paul “Free Bears” Withrow) (8/1) 

  • Knightsbridge – This solid debut winner at Churchill Downs hasn’t worked since 2/5.
  • Track Phantom – He was good once again but just couldn’t quite get the job done in the Risen Star Stakes (G2).
  • Forever Young – This horse will run this weekend in the Saudi Derby.
  • Eagles Flight – The half-brother of Flightline had his first work of the year on January 31.
  • Otello – He was a total no-show in the Holy Bull Stakes (G3).

6 Jared Welch (12/1)

  • Conquest Warrior – The newest member of the team broke his maiden last time out at Gulfstream Park.
  • Coach Prime – He was a disappointing third last time out in the Los Alamitos Futurity (G2).
  • Timberlake – He disappointed in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1), finishing 4th. He returns this weekend in the Rebel Stakes (G2).
  • Imagination – He nearly pulled off a nice upset over Maymun in a recent allowance race at Santa Anita Park.
  • Noted – He didn’t fire at all in a turf stakes race at Gulfstream Park.

7. Shotty and Davey (20/1)

  • Locked – He spiked a fever and missed the Sam F. Davis Stakes (G3). He’s now pointed towards the Fountain of Youth Stakes (G2).
  • Liberal Arts – He was a decent third in the Southwest Stakes (G3).
  • Otto the Conqueror – He, on the other hand, was nowhere to be found after halfway through the Southwest Stakes (G3).
  • Imperial Gun – The newest member of the team broke his maiden on New Year’s Eve at Oaklawn Park and is entered there this weekend in an allowance race.
  • Real Men Violin – He did very little running in the Risen Star Stakes (G2).

8. Vinny Blond (20/1)

  • Dornoch – The full brother of Kentucky Derby winner Mage looked solid in a gritty Remsen Stakes (G2) victory and is working toward a 2024 debut.
  • Pilot Commander – This solid debut winner was a distant second in the San Vicente Stakes (G2).
  • Just a Touch – He was an impressive maiden special weight winner at Fair Grounds.
  • Scatify – He was a distant third in the Robert B. Lewis Stakes (G3).
  • Agate Road – This newest member of the team was a decent second in the Sam F. Davis Stakes (G3).

9. The Magic Mike Show (30/1) 

  • Parchment Party – He’s out until at least the spring with a minor issue.
  • Honor Marie – He could only finish 5th in the Risen Star Stakes (G2).
  • Change of Command – He was in a good spot but had nothing when turning for home in the Sam F. Davis Stakes (G3).
  • Ethan Energy – The team’s newest member sucked in the Lecomte Stakes (G3).
  • First World War – He picked up 5 valuable points with a win at Gulfstream Park – on turf.

10. Jon White and Ryan Stillman (30/1) 

  • Nash – He was a fairly disappointing second again in a recent allowance race.
  • Tuscan Sky – He was an impressive winner in an allowance race at Fair Grounds to make it 2 in a row.
  • Hades – The newest member on the team was an upset winner of the Holy Bull Stakes (G3).
  • Victory Avenue – He was a solid second on debut at Gulfstream Park.
  • Born Noble – This horse looked like he was ready to romp but lost the lead late in a recent allowance race.

11. Aaron Halterman (50/1)

  • Speak Easy – The newest member of the team was an impressive debut winner at Gulfstream Park.
  • Merit – He was a distant third in a recent allowance race at Gulfstream Park… great.
  • Informed Patriot – The newest member of the team sucked a fat one in the Sunland Derby (G3).
  • Wynstock – Not sure if he’s even finished the Southwest Stakes (G3) yet… awesome.
  • Who Dey – Hey, he finally worked out! He’s preparing to make his 2024 debut at Turfway Park.