Barring any surprise late entries, this year’s Preakness will have one of the smallest fields in over a decade.
Among the best reasons to go to the Preakness Stakes this year are the pure spectacle of the event and a chance to visit the historical city of Baltimore.
After Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner California Chrome lost in the Belmont Stakes, horse owner Steve Coburn had some choice words.
NBC Analyst Mike Battaglia joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Belmont Stakes and Steve Coburn’s comments.
Noel Michaels handicaps the Belmont Stakes and California Chrome’s chances.
NBC analyst Mike Battaglia joined Ed and Steve to talk about the upcoming Belmont Stakes.
Horse racing announcer Larry Collmus on California Chrome’s run to the triple crown at Belmont on Saturday.
Armen Keteyian joined Ed and Steve to talk about the use of drugs in horse racing.
We here at CBS Local Sports have taken an interest in the names of horses who have won the Preakness Stakes. While most are pretty stately (kudos Knight of Ellerslie, 1884), others are, well, pretty weird. Behold the 11 weirdest names of horses that have won the Preakness…
A little bit of history on Pimlico and Preakness, including why it’s named Preakness.
Pimlico odds maker Keith Fuestle joined Scott and Jeremy on Thursday to give his predictions for Saturdays 139th running of the Preakness Stakes.
From a betting perspective California Chrome is the obvious choice in trying to build a winning ticket. He will offer no value in the win pool at odds of 3-5 or lower. That is why exacta, trifecta, and superfecta wagers (the exotic bets) are the best place to invest in this year’s Preakness.