It’s Maryland’s day at the races and the biggest sporting event in the state. The horse racing world turns its attention to Baltimore for the Preakness Stakes.
Art Sherman thought nothing could be better than winning the Kentucky Derby.
It didn’t matter if you were there for the music or the horses, or whether you were a 21-year-old or a member of AARP.
California Chrome has run away from the competition in five consecutive victories, winning by an average of over five lengths.
Safety first. Baltimore Police and Pimlico security are geared up to serve and protect the thousands of Preakness fans who will converge on Pimlico Saturday.
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.
WJZ’s sports director Mark Viviano was there to accept the Old Hilltop Award for his contributions to racing over the years.
The drumbeat of negative news from the Maryland horse industry may be over. The influx of casino money is raising the amount a horse can win at Maryland racetracks.
WJZ-TV sports director Mark Viviano will take home the Old Hilltop Award for excellence in thoroughbred racing coverage.
For the second time this week, Baltimore sports fans celebrate opening day. This time it was at Pimlico.
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