More than 275 riders cantered their horses at Pimlico Sunday morning.
Maryland Jockey Club Vice President and General Manager Sal Sinatra on the Preakness and Pimlico.
Mike Battaglia of NBC Sports joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Preakness Stakes.
American Pharoah has won the Preakness in a driving rain, keeping alive his Triple Crown bid.
Preakness officials are considering moving the Triple Crown race to Sunday, a switch that could come as soon as next year.
D. Wayne Lukas long ago reached the age where it’s acceptable to sleep in, play a round of golf on a weekday afternoon or take a cruise to the Caribbean.
Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah, owned by Ahmed Zayat is the 4-5 morning-line favorite in an eight-horse field in the Preakness, and will be ridden by Victor Espinoza. Stablemate Dortmund, third in the Derby, is the second choice at 7-2, and Derby runner-up Firing Line is 4-1.
A new filly makes her mark in the world of thoroughbred horse racing.
Early this morning at Pimlico– Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah made his way to the track for a morning workout.
NBC Sports horse racing analyst Mike Battaglia joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Preakness Stakes tomorrow at Pimlico.
Hall Of Fame jockey Gary Stevens joined Ed and Steve to talk about running the Preakness Stakes.
Roy and Gretchen Jackson are heading back to the Preakness as owners for the first time since Barbaro’s fateful trip to Pimlico nine years ago.