The fastest two minutes in sports ends with a Maryland victory. A Baltimore County man owns the winning colt in the Kentucky Derby.
In two weeks, Baltimore is the center of the horse racing world with the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes. It was a beautiful day for racing at Pimlico Friday.
It’s not your typical college experience, but students at College Park aren’t complaining.
Frank Carulli, who has set the odds for the Preakness Stakes since 2002, is leaving as handicapper and racing analyst at Pimlico and Laurel Park.
Cerro, a 3-year-old colt partly owned by 18-time Olympic champion swimmer Michael Phelps, won the $54,500 third race at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.
Racehorse on the loose. A routine day at Laurel Park Racetrack becomes anything but when one of the horses makes a break for it.
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Snowball is a gentle white pony who seems to enjoy getting brushed as much as she likes rolling around in the dirt.
Weekend carriage rides will be offered in downtown Ocean City.
If you love horses, you’ll want to head to the 1st Mariner Arena this weekend. A show that has thrilled audiences in Europe for 10 years is now in Baltimore.
The connections of I’ll Have Another announced that they will scratch their Triple Crown candidate from Saturday’s Belmont Stakes. It was discovered after his gallop on Friday that the winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes was developing tendonitis in his front leg. The colt’s owner, Paul Reddam, announced in a press conference on Friday afternoon that I’ll Have Another will be retired.
Three harness race drivers injured during a race at Rosecroft Raceway on Tuesday evening are recuperating at Prince George’s County Hospital.