It’s Preakness Eve, but Pimlico is already rocking. Black-Eyed Susan Day goes into the night–with horse racing to hip bands.
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…
Ring Weekend will try to become the eighth gelding to win the Preakness, and the first since Funny Cide in 2003.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Manny Azpurua could be retired, enjoying the South Florida sunshine. He could walk away from training, secure in his success back in Venezuela, where he won more than 3,500 races before coming […]
Rosie Napravnik’s roots in Maryland run so deep, many get the impression the highly successful jockey was born there.
If Art Sherman has one worry about California Chrome, it’s the colt’s health.
Only two more days until the 139th running of the Preakness Stakes. Before the big race comes Black-Eyed Susan Day.
A businessman who owned thoroughbreds that ran at Pimlico suggested to the track’s owners decades ago that his employees would be happy to make the racing blanket desired by every Preakness trainer.
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.
WJZ’s sports director Mark Viviano was there to accept the Old Hilltop Award for his contributions to racing over the years.
Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome has been made the heavy 3-5 favorite for the Preakness Stakes, and he drew a favorable post position in the 10-horse field.
The Kentucky Derby is among the world’s toughest races to win but California Chrome made it look easy. After his convincing win at Churchill, California Chrome will be a worthy and overwhelming favorite in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland on Saturday. He is one of only three colts exiting the Derby expected to run in the Preakness. The so-called “new shooters” — those that didn’t make the cut for the Kentucky Derby but will enter the Preakness — includes a mixed-bag of 3-year-old colts and one filly who will take on the “boys.”