Laurel Park Set To Host 34th Annual Jim McKay Maryland Million Day
An annual tradition is back at Laurel Park Oct. 19 with the 34th Jim McKay Maryland Million Day, which celebrates and continues the history of thoroughbred racing in the state of Maryland. Daniel Tordjman of America's Best Racing discusses what's in store this year.
Bill Cole On Preakness Deal: 'You Have To Fight Like Hell' To Keep Race In Baltimore
"We think this is the first solution, living within our means, that preserves the Preakness at Pimlico and preserves horse racing in Maryland for generations," Bill Cole said of the Preakness deal he helped negotiate for the city.
The New Preakness Agreement: What Does It Mean And What's Next?
An apparent breakthrough regarding the fate of Pimlico Race Course and the future of the Preakness Stakes was announced by key players in the long-running saga. What does it mean and what comes next?
With Canter For The Cause, Marylanders Can Experience Pimlico And Help Horses
Marylanders who want to experience historic Pimlico Race Course can do so through the fourth annual Canter for the Cause June 2, which raises money for the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance.
War Of Will Wins The 144th Preakness Stakes
After finishing seventh in a dramatic Kentucky Derby, War of Will used his No. 1 poll position to win the second jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown by 1 1/4 lengths.
Preakness Future Still Unclear As Pimlico Continues To Decline
Ahead of the 144th running of the Preakness Stakes -- the middle jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown -- questions remain about the race's future at Pimlico Race Course.
Ricig's World Of Sports: Is This The Year The Sun Sets On The Preakness Of Baltimore?
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano asks, is this the year the sun sets on the Preakness of Baltimore?
Glenn Clark Offers Five Tips For Attending Preakness
Never been to Preakness before? Don't worry, Glenn Clark has five tips for attending Preakness to help you get the most out of your visit to Old Hilltop.
No Battle Left To Fight To Keep Preakness In Baltimore
If there's a battle to be fought to keep the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course, Glenn Clark will be there. But he says there doesn't appear to be any battle left to fight to keep the storied race in Baltimore.
For Alwaysmining Trainer Kelly Rubley, Preakness Could Be Historic
Alwaysmining trainer Kelly Rubley could become the first woman trainer to win the Preakness, but she's not thinking about that. "There are a lot of great, talented women working in this industry," Rubley said. "It is exciting and I'm glad to be part of it."
What Would The Preakness Look Like At Laurel Park?
In the event the Preakness Stakes moves out of Pimlico Race Course and to Laurel Park, what would the race look like? Bill Ordine breaks down the differences in crowd size, high-end spectator spaces and more.
Maryland-Bred Alwaysmining Headlines Preakness Field For Local Horse Racing Fans
Bill Ordine breaks down the field for the 144th Preakness Stakes, which includes Maryland-bred Alwaysmining, Bob Baffert's Improbable and D. Wayne Lukas' Market King.
With Course Designer Hired, Fair Hill Advances Five-Star Vision
With a five-star Three-Day Eventing competition scheduled for October 2020, Fair Hill International has hired course designer Ian Stark to create a cross-country course worthy of the prestigious international event.
Bill Cole On Why State Legislature Holds Keys For Keeping Preakness At Pimlico
Baltimore Development Corporation president and CEO Bill Cole talked with PressBox about the future of the Preakness Stakes and the fight to keep the race in Baltimore.