For the second time this week, Baltimore sports fans celebrate opening day. This time it was at Pimlico.
Prince George’s County fire officials say a horse that had slipped inside a snowy barn in Springdale has died after getting stuck on its side.
He’s no longer a horse with no name. Monday, a thoroughbred colt born during last year’s Super Bowl blackout has a new name.
The Preakness Stakes will be worth $1.5 million next year, the first purse increase for the second leg of the Triple Crown since 1998.
Officials at the Bowie Training Center say blood samples from a euthanized horse at the Bowie Training Center show the animal was not infected with equine herpesvirus.
Horses, ponies and goats–some nearly starving–found on a Severn Property. They’ve now been seized by animal control and an investigation is underway.
In the greater Baltimore-metro area, there are numerous places that provide the opportunity to spend a few hours or longer riding horses.
A big event for Baltimore. The city was the center of the horse racing world with the running of the Preakness Stakes.
Oxbow put D. Wayne Lukas in the record books again with an upset of Orb in the Preakness Stakes on Saturday, giving the Hall of Fame trainer his 14th win in a Triple Crown race.
And they’re off! The Preakness festivities are underway, and fans at Pimlico Race Course couldn’t be more excited.
A big crowd for the Black Eyed Susan Festivities at Pimlico, but people are counting down the hours to the main event–the 138th running of the Preakness.
It’s now just hours before the running of the 138th annual Preakness Stakes, and Baltimore is bustling.