Bill Approving Redevelopment At Pimlico Race Course, Laurel Park Becomes Law Without Gov. Hogan's SignatureA Maryland Senate bill that will help redevelop Pimlico Race Course, Laural Park and create the Bowie Race Course and Training Center was approved today without the governor's signature.
Uncertain Triple Crown: A Preakness Stakes In FluxThe Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont face the same challenges in their own unique way.
Triple Crown Racing Season A Sure Bet To Be Unlike Any OtherInstead of kicking off the chase this weekend with the Kentucky Derby, the storied race may end up capping the trio of races on Labor Day weekend.
Coronavirus Update: The Stronach Group Cancels InfieldFest 2020, New Preakness Date Still UnknownThe owners of Pimlico Race Course announced the cancellation of one of the events surrounding the Preakness. The decision on the race is still unknown.
Coronavirus Latest: Preakness To Be Postponed, Likely To SeptemberThe Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, the second leg of the Triple Crown, is being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Pimlico Overhaul Plan Clears Senate Budget CommitteeA sweeping plan to overhaul Pimlico Race Track in Baltimore has cleared a key hurdle in the Maryland General Assembly.
Maryland Lawmakers Consider Nearly $400M Plan To Revitalize Pimlico, Keep Preakness In BaltimoreMaryland lawmakers are considering a bill that would revitalize the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore in a bid to keep the Preakness Stakes in the city.
Marshmello, DaBaby Headlining 2020 Preakness Infield FestThe festival announced its lineup on their Facebook page and advertising tickets on Monday.
'Everyone Is Coming Together' | Baltimore Continues Fight To Keep Preakness At Pimlico, Add Year-Round AttractionsA new plan to breathe life into Pimlico is being called a triple win for racing, the city and community
Maryland's Legislative Session Begins With New LeadersThe first day of the 90-day session will include a vote for the Senate's first new presiding officer in more than three decades.
$375M Deal Keeping Preakness At Baltimore's Pimlico To Rebuild 149-Year-Old Racetrack, Add Grocery Store, Hotel On SiteOver the weekend, a $375 million deal was struck between city officials, Pimlico's owners and the horse racing industry to keep the second-leg of the Triple Crown in the city.