LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS 11)--The Kentucky Derby may be over, but the winner isn't finished just yet.

Always Dreaming and the team is headed to Baltimore.

Trainer Todd Pletcher left Louisville on May 8 and Always Dreaming departed right behind him. He left Churchill early Tuesday at 6:40 a.m. for Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course.

There Alway Dreaming and the team will begin preparations for the Preakness Stakes. That race is set for May 20.

📸: @CoadyPhoto pic.twitter.com/Hvyo2zwCWL

— Kentucky Derby (@KentuckyDerby) May 9, 2017

Three other horses who are considered probable for the Preakness, Lookin At Lee, Classic Empire, and Hence, all walked at Churchill Downs Tuesday morning.

Gunnevera is also a Preakness probable.