Pimlico Race Course
Fast moving fire. A number of families are lucky to be alive after a fire sweeps through a group of rowhomes in Northwest Baltimore.
Martin Panza celebrated California Chrome’s charge to Preakness Stakes victory three weeks ago like most fans at the packed Pimlico Race Course — bumping fists, slapping hands and thinking ahead to Saturday and the possibility of the first Triple Crown winner in 36 years.
A little bit of history on Pimlico and Preakness, including why it’s named Preakness.
Dick Jerardi of Express Bet and writer for the Philadelphia Daily News joined Scott and Jeremy to give his preview of the upcoming Preakness Stakes.
Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome has arrived at Pimlico Race Course, where he will try to keep his Triple Crown bid alive in Saturday’s Preakness.
This is an important night for Baltimore’s Jewish community and Jews around the world. It’s the beginning of the weeklong celebration of Passover.
Pimlico Race Course is attempting to break a world record at this year’s Black Eyed Susan Day. But it has nothing to do with horse racing.
For the second time this week, Baltimore sports fans celebrate opening day. This time it was at Pimlico.
The 3rd Saturday in May is always Special in Baltimore. About 120,00 will get their Preak on at Pimlico for Baltimore’s biggest sporting event of the year.
After being on this earth for 77 years, winning 13 Triple Crown races and totaling more than $100 million in purse money, Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas has earned the right to sit in an office and let his assistants do the grunt work in the stables.
Don Scott and Marty Bass have Coffee With Peter Ramsey. Ron Matz has People Are Talking about Preakness weekend.
Shug McGaughey worked as a trainer for more than 30 years before finally saddling his first Kentucky Derby winner. It was worth the wait.