Safety first. Baltimore Police and Pimlico security are geared up to serve and protect the thousands of Preakness fans who will converge on Pimlico Saturday.
Only two more days until the 139th running of the Preakness Stakes. Before the big race comes Black-Eyed Susan Day.
The drumbeat of negative news from the Maryland horse industry may be over. The influx of casino money is raising the amount a horse can win at Maryland racetracks.
Social Inclusion has arrived at Pimlico Race Course in preparation to take on Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome in the Preakness.
Katie Parry’s muscles were so weakened from cerebral palsy that when she rode her first horse at age 4, all she could do was lie down on its back.
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.