$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.
Pimlico Owners And City Reach Deal To Keep The Preakness In BaltimoreA new deal is on the table to keep the Preakness in Baltimore. The plan will, however, require action by the Maryland General Assembly and input from Governor Larry Hogan.
Maryland Jockey Club Asks State For $4.5M Reimbursement For Laurel Park Racetrack ImprovementsThis comes in the middle of a debate between Jockey Club executives who want to move the Preakness out of Baltimore.
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.
Pimlico, Preakness Owners Stronach Group At Center Of Best And Worst Of Horse RacingThe Stronach Group isn't well known outside of horse racing.
Racetrack Owner: No Plan To Keep Preakness In BaltimoreThe Pimlico Race Course owner says there's no plan to keep the signature Preakness Stakes race in Baltimore, despite what Mayor Catherine Pugh has said.
Baltimore's Battle To Hold On To Preakness At Pimlico ContinuesHorse Racing may be the sport of kings but for Baltimore, when it comes to the Preakness, Pimlico isn't in great shape.
Pimlico Official Says Preakness Could Move To Sunday In 2016Preakness officials are considering moving the Triple Crown race to Sunday, a switch that could come as soon as next year.
Horse Racing Officials Work On 10-Year Plan In Md.An attorney close to negotiations on horse racing in Maryland says he's hopeful a long-term plan to bring stability to the state's industry will be reached by the end of the week.