Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming resumed on Saturday at 6 a.m. his regular training schedule for next Saturday's 142nd Preakness Stakes, galloping 11/4 miles over the sloppy sealed track at Pimlico Race Course. Trainer Todd Pletcher had opted to jog the Bodemeister colt with a pony on the wet track Friday morning but allowed him to gallop Saturday with exercise rider Nick Bush aboard. Pletcher was pleased with how the colt looked on the track. "Always Dreaming I thought actually went really well," Pletcher said. "He took a nice grip but was settled, relaxed, got over the ground really well. I thought that in spite of the rain overnight that the track was actually smoother this morning than it was yesterday morning. It had a nice seal to it and was pretty consistent all the way across the track. I was really, really pleased with the way he went this morning." ... Preakness hopeful Cloud Computing breezed a half-mile Saturday morning under exercise rider Peter Roman just after the Belmont Park training track opened at 5:30 a.m. The son of Maclean's Music was timed in 48.40 seconds by Daily Racing Form. .. Royal Mo, another likely Preakness entrant, jogged around the shedrow of the Preakness Stakes Barn at Pimlico Saturday morning. ... Gunnevera, a prominent contender for the Preakness Stakes, arrived at Pimlico on Saturday at 3:35 p.m. following a van ride from Kentucky.