No matter how you tune in, California Chrome is the horse to beat. The 139th Preakness Stakes, the second jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown, runs Saturday. Kentucky Derby champion California Chrome is heavily-favored to win in the...Show More Summary
Five undercard races are complete at Pimlico. Preakness day continues at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore with the fourth and fifth undercard races of the day. The fifth race Saturday was the first stakes race of the day. The Grade 3 sprint, covering six furlongs on the dirt with a $150,000 purse, got underway at 1:12 p.m. Show More Summary
These are the things you need to know. So you want to watch the Preakness Stakes but don't know much about horses or horse racing? Don't worry. Learn up: 1. Horses hate pigs. 2. If a horse wins the Triple Crown it becomes President of the United States. Show More Summary
California Chrome is trying to win the second leg of the Triple Crown on Saturday at the 2014 Preakness Stakes. California Chrome isn't guaranteed to win Saturday's Preakness Stakes, as a handful of dominant Kentucky Derby winners and ultimate Preakness losers could confirm. Show More Summary
The undercard at Pimlico is well underway. The 2014 Preakness Stakes is scheduled for a 6:20 p.m. ET post on Saturday, but first, there are 11 undercard races. So far, three are in the books at Pimlico Race Course. In the first raceShow More Summary
The Kentucky Derby winner has strong odds to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978. Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome heads into the 2014 Preakness Stakes as the favorite to win at Pimlico Race Course, and the colt currently has 2-1 odds to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978, according to Bovada. Show More Summary
Go ahead, find a worse one. We've devoted plenty of time to coming up with terrible racehorse names. And there are some bad names running in the main race of Saturday's Preakness Stakes, like "Social Inclusion." The very worst horseShow More Summary
California Chrome is a big favorite so horse bettors are looking for wagering value on Preakness Stakes props. With California Chrome likely to go off at betting odds of 3-5 or less, horseplayers may want to get creative when it comes...Show More Summary
Hey LeRoy is the oddsmakers' best bet to win the Dixie Stakes. Before the Preakness Stakes begins Saturday afternoon, several undercard stakes races will take place at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. The best of the rest will be the...Show More Summary
Most experts like California Chrome to win the Preakness and have a shot at the Triple Crown. Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome is a 3-5 favorite to win the 2014 Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday, and most experts...Show More Summary
Nearly two inches of rain fell in Baltimore on Friday, how will the weather play out for the Preakness Stakes this afternoon? Over an inch and a half of rain fell on Pimlico Race Course on Friday creating a very wet and muddy track. The rain is gone as high pressure builds in over the region. Show More Summary
Follow along as California Chrome races to become the sixth horse in 12 years to win the first two jewels of horse racing's Triple Crown. With a win at Saturday's Preakness Stakes, California Chrome would become the sixth horse since 2002 to win the first two jewels of the Triple Crown. Show More Summary
California Chrome is still the favorite despite a blister that developed in the colt's throat earlier this week. Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome remains the favorite heading into the 2014 Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course. Show More Summary
The story at Saturday's Preakness is in the favorite. California Chrome isn't guaranteed to win Saturday's Preakness Stakes, as a handful of dominant Kentucky Derby winners and ultimate Preakness losers could confirm. Still, California...Show More Summary
Horse racing fans can watch the 2014 Preakness Stakes live online and see whether California Chrome can continue his run to the Triple Crown or if one of the other nine horses in the field can pull off the upset. The 139th running of the Preakness Stakes will take kick off Saturday at Pimlico in
Trainer Art Sherman says California Chrome will be at his best when the horses go to post in Saturday’s $1.5 million Preakness Stakes. “I’m not worried, I think they have to worry about me, to be honest with you,” said the 77-year-old trainer of the Kentucky Derby winner.
A race such as the Preakness Stakes generates plenty of tidbits. Here are some: --This will mark the first time in the history of the 139 years of the race that a female will be involved in all three major aspects of the race. A filly, Ria Antonia, will run. A trainer, Linda Rice, will saddle...
Preakness Stakes The call to post will be as follows: No. 1. Dynamic Impact (12-1 morning line odds) — Has won two of his three races this year and will be ridden by first-time Preakness jockey Miguel Mena. No. 2. General A Rod (15-1) — His trainer, Mike Maker, hates his No. 2 starting...
The skies opened over Pimlico Race Course on Friday, and for a while, new odds had California Chrome the second choice behind Noah's Ark. The site of Saturday's Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown, was hit with a deluge...Show More Summary
Stopchargingmaria opened as the betting favorite and closed strong win the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes. The 2014 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes came down to the final stretch and Stopchargingmaria had just enough to edge the rest of the field and win the 1 1/8-mile race. Show More Summary