The Kentucky Derby winner looks to win the second jewel in the Triple Crown. The thoroughbred’s arrival to Pimlico could boost ticket sales to the Preakness.
In two weeks, Baltimore is the center of the horse racing world with the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes. It was a beautiful day for racing at Pimlico Friday.
Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank knows what it takes to turn a small business into a multi-billion dollar empire. Now his sights are set on new turf.
Frank Carulli, who has set the odds for the Preakness Stakes since 2002, is leaving as handicapper and racing analyst at Pimlico and Laurel Park.
Lawyers for the Baltimore City Police are accused of harassment and intimidation. It all stems from a lawsuit filed against police by a man who videotaped officers violently arresting a woman at the Preakness.
The 138th running of the Preakness Stakes is approaching, and this year’s InfieldFest is drawing some big names.
It’s considered one of the best horse races in recent history but over the past 40 years, Secretariat’s Preakness win has been followed by controversy.
It’s a controversy four decades in the making. Did Secretariat actually set a record at Preakness? This week, we’re going to find out.
The connections of I’ll Have Another announced that they will scratch their Triple Crown candidate from Saturday’s Belmont Stakes. It was discovered after his gallop on Friday that the winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes was developing tendonitis in his front leg. The colt’s owner, Paul Reddam, announced in a press conference on Friday afternoon that I’ll Have Another will be retired.
Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens – who had a chance to win a Triple Crown – joined The Norris & Davis Show to talk about The Belmont Stakes.
I’ll Have Another attempts to become history’s 12th Triple Crown winner.
On Saturday, I’ll Have Another will attempt to become the twelfth horse in racing history to sweep the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont Stakes.