I'll Have Another is aiming at horse racing's immortality as he will try to win the Belmont Stakes this Saturday and take the elusive Triple Crown.
Sweeping the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes in five weeks is truly one of the toughest achievements in all of sports.
There have been 45 horses who won two out of the three Triple Crown races, but only 21 who won both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness only to fail in the Belmont Stakes.
Only 11 horses have been able to achieve horse racing's most difficult feat and it hasn't been done in 34 years.
I'll Have Another has just 1.5 miles and 10 contenders between him and being part of the magnificent dozen.
His unassuming connections also make this a very interesting story to follow and certainly will have a lot to do with his final outcome.
Paul Reddam named I’ll Have Another for his nightly reply when his wife, Zillah, asks him if he’d like another cookie. Now he will be asking for one more win come Saturday.
Let's take a look at I'll Have Another and how he got here, just one step away from the Triple Crown.