The show must go on, or the race. The Preakness Stakes was run amidst an absolutely ludicrous amount of rain. For a while it seemed like a delay might be on the cards with a huge thunderstorm that was approaching Baltimore, but despite evacuating the infield the race was still run. IF YOU ARE AT #Preakness2015 INFIELD, WE ARE EVACUATING THE INFIELD. Show More Summary
Time for the running of the 140th Preakness Stakes, the middle jewel of the Triple Crown of horse racing. American Pharoah will try to continue its streak with a win Saturday (May 16), setting up a potential Triple Crown win at the Belmont Stakes in three weeks. Show More Summary
Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah is the favorite to win the 140th running of the Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico in Baltimore. NBC will provide coverage of the second leg of the 2015 triple crown. Coverage on NBC began at 4:30 p.m. Show More Summary
The festival in the Preakness infield is also nicknamed "The People's Party." Here are some sights and sounds from the day at Pimlico.
Within hours of today's 140th running of The Preakness Stakes, Sports Explained provides you with all you need to know on The Triple Crown, Kegasus, and racing ponies in the wake of the Baltimore riots. The post Sports Explained: Your Guide To The Preakness Stakes and The Triple Crown appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Jockeys Trevor McCarthy and Joel Rosario cleaned up on the undercard, each picking up a pair of wins in the first five races on Saturday. The Preakness Stakes may be the top race on the docket at Pimlico on Saturday, but the undercard is already underway and just as exciting. Show More Summary
The second leg of the Triple Crown runs today at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course. You know what that means. I'm reminding all bettors of their tax responsibilities when it comes to gambling winnings. All eyes are on American Pharoah, the Kentucky Derby winner who's the favorite today. Show More Summary
American Pharoah will attempt to win the second-leg of the Triple Crown Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Maryland in the 140th running (...)
The 140th running of the Preakness Stakes is taking place Saturday at 6:18 p.m. Check out the 8 horses set to compete.
American Pharoah will attempt to take the second leg of the Triple Crown when he runs in the 8-horse Preakness Stakes. No horse has completed the Triple Crown since Affirmed accomplished the feat in 1978, but if the odds prove to be true, American Pharoah will move one leg closer to accomplishing the feat on Saturday. Show More Summary
Dortmund and Firing Line will continue their rivalry on Saturday and hope to upset American Pharoah in the Preakness Stakes. Dortmund had a six-race undefeated streak snapped when he finished in third place at the Kentucky Derby. The...Show More Summary
There's a chance of thunderstorms during the afternoon before the running of the 140th Preakness Stake. How could this impact the race and the racing surface. High pressure that has been in control across the area will continue to slide east out over the Atlantic. Show More Summary
A crowded field in the Dixie Stakes highlights the Preakness undercard. The Preakness Stakes certainly is the headliner Saturday from Pimlico -- it's arguably the headliner of horse racing's entire calendar except for the Kentucky Derby -- but by the time American Pharoah and seven other horses post just after 6:15 p.m. Show More Summary
It's American Pharoah vs. the field in Saturday's eight-horse Preakness. Trainer Bob Baffert won three Kentucky Derbies before 2015 and each of those three Derby winners followed up two weeks later with a win in the Preakness Stakes....Show More Summary
American Pharoah will try to keep his Triple Crown dream alive when he goes to post in Saturday’s $1.5 million Preakness Stakes.
For the first time in 140 years of the Preakness Stakes, the needs of this city trump the needs of horse racing.
The 140th Preakness Stakes will begin at 3:18 p.m. PDT on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
First thing to remember, there is really no such thing as a Preakness party. Yes, there is the hat thing, but only at Pimlico, the track in Baltimore that plays host to the second jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown. No place else.
Friday's Preakness Stakes counterpart has a familiar link to the big race Saturday. The Black-Eyed Susan Stakes runs Friday at Pimlico, the race for 3-year-old fillies that serves to the Preakness as the Kentucky Oaks does the Kentucky Derby. Show More Summary
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