- n. an annual race for three-year-old horses; held at Pimlico in Baltimore, Maryland
“Preakness InfieldFEST will feature a concert with three rock performances, including Rock and Roll Hall of Famers ZZ Top and Grammy-nominated Buckcherry, along with a pro volleyball tournament and an interactive section prior to the running of the $1 million Preakness® Stakes (Grade I).”
“In the meantime, the Preakness is calling young fans.”
“Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver will run in Preakness - USATODAY. com”
“Yet no jockey in the Preakness is hotter than Calvin Borel, who has won three of the last four Triple Crown races and isn't backing off his claim that he and Super Saver can become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978.”
“The challenge of asking a filly to win the Preakness is so immense that only three others have tried it since 1939.”
“Gayego will challenge Big Brown in Preakness - USATODAY. com”
“Meanwhile, the Preakness is less than two weeks away, with Big Brown's Triple Crown bid a treat to watch.”
“Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin said the spacing of the races, especially the swift turnaround from the Derby to the Preakness, is nothing he would choose.”
“But during his second race for the title the Preakness, a devastating blow.”
“Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver will run in Preakness”
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