Medina Spirit cleared to race in the Preakness Stakes after passing drug tests

(CNN) Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit can race in Saturday's Preakness Stakes after the final two rounds of blood samples from the horse were deemed clear, officials said Friday.
All three of trainer Bob Baffert's horses scheduled to run at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland, passed their drug tests.
Medina Spirit and Concert Tour are set to race on Saturday in the second leg of horse racing's Triple Crown.
Beautiful Gift ran in Friday's Black-Eyed Susan Stakes but finished well back of the winner.
The horses underwent three rounds of blood-sample testing between May 6 and May 11 and the tests showed the animals were clear of both prohibited and therapeutic substances, officials said.