Judging by his appetite and appearance, Bodemeister has rebounded nicely from his vigorous trip in the
Kentucky Derby and is ready to shine at the Preakness.
The Preakness infield used to be a beer-doused festival of mayhem.
Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas arrived at Pimlico Race Course before the sun came up Saturday, just to make sure there were no unwelcome surprises awaiting him on the day of his 25th Preakness.
It’s Preakness! Also, tips on protecting yourself from dog bites.
The road to the Triple Crown meets the road to the London Olympics on Saturday when American beach volleyball hopefuls take to the sand on the infield at Pimlico.
From Ravens Castle tours to the first pitch at Camden Yards, Doug O’Neill is the talk of the town.
Marty and Don had “Coffee With” Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones. Ron Matz was at Pimlico welcoming singers to Manic Monday and kicking off Preakness week.
It’s the day Maryland racing fans have been eagerly anticipating– opening day at Pimlico.
The Maryland Jockey Club (MJC) and Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (MTHA) reached an agreement in principal Saturday to apply and race 146 days at Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course in 2012.
I have played in a ton of tournaments for football in the area, and this is by far one of the best, for players and for people to come watch.
A slots pay-off presents a challenge for city planners. The city must decide what to do with its $2 million share of state slots proceeds.
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.