Timothy Peters has won 10 races for Red Horse in his Truck Series career. (Getty) One of the most recognizable teams in the Truck Series is suspending operations. Red Horse Racing, which has been fielding trucks for Timothy Peters and Brett Moffitt in 2017, has no more races planned for the season unless it can finagle some sponsorship money. Show More Summary
HORSE RACING BALTIMORE (AP) — Cloud Computing ran down Classic Empire in the final strides Saturday to win the Preakness by a head. The 13-1 long shot was one of … Click to Continue »
Little-raced horse Cloud Computing won the 2017 Preakness Stakes on a fast track Saturday afternoon at Pimlico Race Course. Cloud Computing had 13-1 odds entering the race after not even running as a two-year-old. Classic Empire finished...Show More Summary
What would YOU name your horse? Saturday is the Preakness and during the buildup to the race, we asked Twitter users what they would name their racehorse if they owned one. We got a few responses and most fit these general categories. Show More Summary
This is the 142nd addition of the Preakness Stakes Race, and 10 thoroughbreds will compete in this big-time matchup. Like every year, thoroughbred horses will compete in the annual Preakness Stakes race at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Show More Summary
Can Always Dreaming take home the Preakness Stakes title and move one step closer to the second Triple Crown in three years? Or will a horse like Classic Empire show that his fourth-place Kentucky Derby finish merely was because of a bad trip. Here’s everything you need to know about the big day at Pimlico […]
The second leg of the annual Triple Crown races will take place this afternoon from Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland as fans across the US prepare to watch the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes. While every horse in this race could realistically pull off the win, all eyes will be on Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming. Show More Summary
10 Preakness contenders will try to win the second jewel of horse racing’s Triple Crown, including Always Dreaming and Classic Empire. The 2017 Preakness Stakes will be run on Saturday, May 20, at approximately 6:45 p.m. ET. The second...Show More Summary
Will Always Dreaming complete the second leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown? Joe Drape and Melissa Hoppert weigh in on the contenders.
Did you know that the Preakness Stakes, the middle jewel of the Triple Crown series, hasn’t always been run on Saturday? Before 1931, the Preakness had been run on every day of the week but Sunday. Fourteen times the race was held on Tuesday. Heck, 11 times the Preakness was run before the Kentucky Derby. […]
This year’s Preakness has lacked the buzz and lifeblood that sometimes can accompany the second leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown. There is no freak of nature horse. There is no outrageous trainer. There is no one who really believes a major upset is possible. The civility of everyone is stifling....
It's never too early to start the feverish horse race speculation about the 2020 presidential campaign, especially since Hillary Clinton isn't running for mayor and we need to stay positive and assume we'll make it to 2020. And so, with...Show More Summary
The horse racing world turns to Baltimore, Md. this week, where Always Dreaming will continue his quest for a Triple Crown in the second leg, the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course. Ridden by John Velazquez and trained by Todd Fletcher, Always Dreaming won the Kentucky Derby nearly two weeks ago as a favorite. Show More Summary
Your 250MX dark horse: catching up with the GP race winner in the middle of outdoor prep.
An employee at Golden Gate Fields escaped serious injury on Friday during the running of the fifth race when he was in the middle of the turf course and didn’t know the horses were headed toward him, according to the Daily Racing Form. The employee curled into a ball as the horses approached near...
48 hours inside the gates of America's most famous horse race I’m in the beach and swimwear section of the basement-level T.J. Maxx on Wall Street in New York City and I’m frantic. I’m going to Kentucky tomorrow for the Derby, a strange...Show More Summary
The 143rd Kentucky Derby ran away with the Facebook and Twitter interactions race during the week of May 1, according to the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week. NBC's presentation of the iconic horse race totaled 8.363 million interactions across the two social networks, followed by Canelo Alvarez's impressive defeat of Julio Cesar Chavez...
With the Kentucky Derby now in the rear view mirror, it is time for horse racing fans to start looking ahead to the next big race, the Preakness Stakes. The Preakness is the second leg on the Triple Crown race schedule, and to no one’s...Show More Summary
Hoda had a lot of fun bonding with her daughter while watching the biggest horse racing event of the year.
High fashion, high horses, high five. Here’s a look at five of the top trending Google searches for the the week of May 1. All the stars in the Gala-xy While the world’s most fashionable celebrities and designers gathered at the MetShow More Summary