Doug O’Neill has three weeks to prepare I’ll Have Another for a final run at the Triple Crown, and the suddenly popular trainer likely will spend some of that time fielding questions about pending penalties tied to allegations of giving his horses improper drugs.
Hudson Steele, the 3-1 favorite, beat Humble and Hungry by 2 1/2 lengths Saturday in the $300,000 Dixie Stakes, the richest race on the Preakness undercard at Pimlico.
Race-goers celebrate with a Baltimore tradition ahead of the 2012 Preakness Stakes that takes place on Saturday.
No one is loving the run up to Saturday’s Preakness more than Doug O’Neill.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas was nestled on a corner bench in front of the stakes barn at Pimlico Race Course, thinking back to a time when he was nothing […]
Pretension finally got the nod this week to run in the Preakness on Saturday.
Preakness favorite Bodemeister isn’t the only prominent 3-year-old Bob Baffert brought to Pimlico Race Course this week.
A little music, some fried chicken and a glass full of the famous Black-Eyed Susan drink. It’s an odd combination that means the Alibi Breakfast at the Preakness is in full swing.
Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas criticized the behavior of a few of his peers Wednesday, saying the actions of a few recent Kentucky Derby winners have tarnished the reputation of his profession.
Doug O’Neill could have been insulted. The Preakness odds had just been announced and the Kentucky Derby winner was second favorite behind a horse he ran down and defeated two weeks earlier.
D. Wayne Lukas didn’t waste much time after the Kentucky Derby deciding that Optimizer would run in the Preakness.
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.