Back in the day when Pimlico officials allowed the infield patrons to haul in their own kegs and tote dozens of cases of beer, the scene was wild and dangerous. Full beer cans were sent flying into the crowd, and drunken teenagers running across the tops of the portable toilets were prime targets. Now there’s unlimited beer and a mascot named Kegasus, a bearded centaur who advocated drinking heartily.
Will Animal Kingdom win!!!
As Preakness Week kicks off, Kegasus — the mascot of the festivities — speaks with WJZ.
Baltimore’s most famous centaur Kegasus joined The Mark Viviano Show to talk about the 136th running of the Preakness stakes set to happen at Pimlico this Saturday.
Local Man calls biggest race.
We’re less than two months away from the 136th running of the Preakness Stakes, but instead of the horses, it’s an ad for the infield party that has everyone talking.