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Triple Crown 2024 Racing Dudes Fantasy League Update: Track Phantom Keeps Winning
Track Phantom (Hodges Photography / Amanda Hodges Weir)

Triple Crown 2024 Racing Dudes Fantasy League Update: Track Phantom Keeps Winning

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 team’s stock is on the rise after Track Phantom kept to his winning ways in the Lecomte Stakes (G3)? Find out below!

Current Triple Crown Fantasy League Standings

RankTeam Score Current Team Members
1Kelby/Evil Steveil 65Fierceness, Catching Freedom, Hall of Fame, Snead, Just Steel
2Actual Double D's 51Knightsbridge, Track Phantom, Forever Young, Eagles Flight, Otello
3Dan/Michael 40Sierra Leone, Book'em Danno, Rhyme Schemes, Rocketeer, Maymun
4Double D's 26Nysos, The Wine Steward, Carbone, Moonlight, Amante Bianco
5Geist16Muth, Air of Defiance, Stronghold, Dimatic, Mystik Dan
6Magic Mike Show -3Parchment Party, Honor Marie, Change of Command, Ethan Energy, First World War
7Shotty/Davey -9Locked, Liberal Arts, Otto the Conqueror, Imperial Gun, Real Men Violin
8Jared Welch-10Conquest Warrior, Coach Prime, Timberlake, Imagination, Noted
9Aaron Halterman -34Speak Easy, Merit, Informed Patriot, Wynstock, Who Dey
10Vinny Blond -35Dornoch, Pilot Commander, Just a Touch, Scatify, Agate Road
11Jon/Ryan-40Nash, Tuscan Sky, Hades, Victory Avenue, Born Noble

Recent Claims

There are two claims to announce this week:

– Dan/Michael CLAIMED Book’em Danno and DROPPED Heartland

– Jon/Ryan CLAIMED Tuscan Sky and DROPPED Drum Roll Please

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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 (9/5)

  • Fierceness – The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) winner is targeting the Holy Bull Stakes (G3).
  • Catching Freedom – He opened up the Triple Crown Fantasy League season with a solid win in the Smarty Jones Stakes.
  • Hall of Fame – He was probably more impressive than the Lecomte Stakes (G3) winner when breaking his maiden on the same day at Fair Grounds.
  • Snead – This horse was a solid second last time out in the Gun Runner Stakes at Fair Grounds.
  • Just Steel – He opened up the season with a nice second in the Smarty Jones Stakes.

2. Actual Double Ds (Paul “Free Bears” Withrow) (9/2) 

  • Knightsbridge – This solid debut winner at Churchill Downs is back working as he prepares for his 2024 campaign.
  • Track Phantom – He impressed once again with an easy win in the Lecomte Stakes (G3).
  • Forever Young – This horse will take the Japanese Road to the Kentucky Derby.
  • Eagles Flight – The half-brother of Flightline hasn’t worked since December 15.
  • Otello – He kicked off the season with a solid win in the Mucho Macho Man Stakes.

3. Double Ds (Doc Tang and Doc Miranda) (6/1)

  • Nysos – This Bob Baffert trainee is a perfect 2 for 2 entering 2024.
  • The Wine Steward – He’s been good in all 4 starts, including a runner-up in the Breeders’ Futurity (G1), but he hasn’t been seen since October.
  • Carbone – This recent Oaklawn Park allowance winner is targeting the Southwest Stakes (G3).
  • Moonlight – He has only 1 win but has also run well in 2 stakes tries.
  • Amante Bianco – This horse will take the Japanese Road to the Kentucky Derby.

4. Dan Waite and Michael Ossen (6/1)

  • Sierra Leone – He was a solid second in the Remsen 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 looked good on debut but hasn’t been seen since October.
  • Maymun – He dazzled in his debut at Santa Anita Park and looks to be a real talent.

5. Geist (8/1) 

6. Aaron Halterman (10/1)

  • El Capi – His debut was impressive, but he has gone missing from the work tab.
  • Merit – This impressive debut winner finally had his first work of 2024.
  • Legalize – He looked solid with a nice sprint victory in the Sugar Bowl Stakes.
  • Wynstock – This horse upset the field with a hard-fought victory in the Los Alamitos Futurity (G2).
  • Who Dey – This Ohio-bred is a perfect 4 for 4 but hasn’t been seen since November 25.

7. Shotty and Davey (12/1)

8. Jon White and Ryan Stillman (15/1) 

  • Nash – He was a fairly disappointing once again, running second in the Lecomte Stakes (G3).
  • Tuscan Sky – The newest member of the team was an impressive maiden winner on debut at Aqueduct.
  • Lightline – He was a fast-closing second in a recent Oaklawn Park allowance race.
  • Exploration – The newest member of the team was a lackluster third in his maiden debut.
  • Born Noble – This horse looks like he could be a star after an impressive debut win at Gulfstream Park.

9. Jared Welch (15/1)

  • 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.
  • Imagination – He looked solid in a maiden special weight score at Santa Anita to kick off his 2024.
  • Noted – This horse has been solid on turf, but it’s questionable if they’ll put him back on dirt.

10. The Magic Mike Show (20/1) 

  • Parchment Party – He looked sharp with 2 straight victories to kick off his career and is working toward a 2024 debut.
  • Honor Marie – The Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (G2) winner is targeting the Risen Star Stakes (G2).
  • Change of Command – He picked up 5 points with a solid allowance victory at Gulfstream Park.
  • Ethan Energy – The team’s newest member sucked in the Lecomte Stakes (G3).
  • First World War – He was a solid second in the Mucho Macho Man Stakes to kick off his season.

11. Vinny Blond (20/1)

  • Dornoch – The full brother of Kentucky Derby winner Mage looked solid in a gritty Remsen Stakes (G2) victory; however he has not been on the worktab since that win.
  • Pilot Commander – This solid debut winner was a distant second in the San Vicente Stakes (G2).
  • New King – His debut race at Santa Anita Park was not good.
  • Scatify – His debut win at Los Alamitos was eye-catching.
  • Princetown – He did not look good at all in his debut race at Gulfstream Park, scratched from a potential second start there on January 13, and hasn’t worked since.