10,000 Fans Allowed In Pimlico Race Course At Preakness 146 In May, No InfieldFestThe Maryland Jockey Club announced Tuesday that a "socially distant, limited crowd" of 10,000 people will be allowed to join in on the festivities on Saturday, May 15 at Pimlico Race Course.
Reports: 'Substantial Progress' Made In Effort To Keep Preakness Stakes In BaltimoreThe team negotiating a possible deal sent a letter to the Maryland Racing Commission, saying they hope to make recommendations to preserve the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico.
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.
City Officials Review Safety Of Pimlico Grandstands Ahead Of Preakness; Owners Say Age Not Neglect Created IssuesCity code enforcement met with the Maryland Jockey Club to make sure Pimlico would be safe for Preakness attendees in light of the grandstand seats being deemed "unsafe" in a recent report.
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.
Acting Mayor Jack Young Takes Up Fight To Block Preakness, Pimlico Move Acting Baltimore Mayor Jack Young is taking up the fight to keep Preakness in Baltimore.
New Push To Kill Bill Providing Funding For Super Track At Laurel ParkBaltimore's State Senate Delegation is pushing to kill a bill that would provide funding for a super track at Laurel Park.
Mayor Pugh Fighting To Keep The Preakness at PimlicoA legislative fight to keep the Preakness in Baltimore is at the starting gate.