Point Of Honor Fulfills Favorite Role, Wins Black-Eyed SusanCompletely unconcerned about all the horses kicking up dirt in front of him, jockey Javier Castellano patiently waited for the right moment to make his move.
13 Hopefuls Have Eyes Set On Winning The 144th Running Of The PreaknessDespite the lack of Kentucky Derby cache, those who are at Pimlico embrace what they believe is still a big race.
At Preakness, They're Playing 'Musical Chairs' With JockeysThe jockey shuffle heading into the Preakness has a "musical chairs" feel to it.
Lukas-Trained Long Shot Market King Cleared For PreaknessLong shot Market King has been cleared by officials to race in the Preakness on Saturday.
Future Of The Preakness At Pimlico Remains On Minds Of Many Ahead Of Saturday's RaceThe City is hoping for more than a new track. It predicts renewal will spread beyond grandstands and finish lines. 
Woman Found Dead In Shopping Cart Near Dumpster On Mother's DayPolice are looking to identify a homicide victim who was found dead in a shopping cart near a dumpster at an apartment complex off of Reisterstown Road, near Pimlico.
'War Of Will' Arrives At 2:30 AM To Prepare For Preakness Stakes At PimlicoThe 144th Preakness Stakes is Saturday in Baltimore, and in the middle of the night, one of the horses scheduled to race arrived at Pimlico. 
Baltimore Politicians, Track Owners Duel Over Pimlico FutureAptly nicknamed Old Hilltop, antiquated Pimlico Race Course has finally reached the point where its illustrious past might not be enough to assure a vibrant future.
Maryland Jockey Club Moves To Dismiss Baltimore City's LawsuitThe lawsuit by the City seeks to seize the Preakness Stakes, Pimlico Race Course and all things related to the race. 
Baltimore City Leaders Question Timing Of Seating Closure At Pimlico Race CourseWith one month until the Preakness Stakes, city leaders want proof the 125-year-old section is closed for safety and not politics. 
Historic Section Of Pimlico Not Safe For Preakness SeatingNearly 6,700 grandstand seats at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course are not safe, an engineering firm has determined, meaning roughly 18 percent of the historic track's seating capacity will be cordoned-off when it hosts one of America's premier horse races next month.