Happy Victoria Day!   RACE 1 – POST TIME – 1:00 PM Rolling Double / Exacta / 0.20 Trifecta / 0.20 Superfecta 0.20 Pick 3 (Races 1-2-3) Purse $16,600. (Plus $3,300 – Other Sources) (Plus $3,300 – State Bred) (Plus $540 – Other Sources). For Maidens, Three Years Old And
    via Thoroughblog on May 22, 2017 8:38 am
  • Racing Dudes Three Stars of the Week
    via Racing Dudes on May 22, 2017 7:00 am
  • Here lies Pimlico Race Course
    The 142nd Preakness Stakes saw but 10 horses for the American classic and dozens more print and broadcast stories preparing an obituary for its Pimlico Race Course home. Meanwhile, the attendance for the race won by Cloud Computing was a record 140,327, up from the previous record last year of 135,256. The total handle
    via Barn 6A on May 21, 2017 11:12 pm
  • Preakness Wrapup: Clouds Got in the Way
    It was March 23, 16 days before the Wood Memorial and Blue Grass Stakes, and Chad Brown was discussing his Blue Grass Stakes starter and main Kentucky Derby hopeful Practical Joke. Brown was providing the typical upbeat obligatory comments you usually hear from a trainer of a Derby horse,
    via Hangin’ with Haskin on May 21, 2017 5:55 pm
  • “Horses Make Liars of Us All”
    What makes this game fascinating, what keeps handicappers and players coming back for more, is the challenge of knowing that one can never learn enough to conquer the unconquerable. What’s the old expression; that you can beat a race but you can’t beat the races? Actually, that racetrack cliché applies
    via Pricci’s On the Line on May 21, 2017 5:45 pm
  • Feeling Fresh
    Cloud Computing earned a career-best Beyer speed figure of 102 for winning the Preakness Stakes by a head over Classic Empire, news delivered to Jay Privman via a text from Andrew Beyer. The colt was assigned a TimeformUS speed figure of 122. “Preakness is not an easy figure to make,”
    via Jessica Chapel / Railbird v2 on May 21, 2017 2:00 pm
  • Tohamsan, Sinjo Daehyeop Take Busan & Seoul Features
    Tohamsan put in a commanding performance to claim victory in the feature race at Busan on Sunday afternoon, beating pre-race favourite I’m Your Father by four-lengths to record his first class 1 win. Tohamsan (Kwaedo Nanma), who slipped and fell on the soaking wet Seoul track in last year’s Korean
    via Korea Racing on May 21, 2017 5:48 am
  • May 20, 2017
    Swan’s Way remembered by his best friend, Tom Beatty There aren’t many Thoroughbreds born in the Virgin Islands – that locale barely makes the foaling list each year. Recently, only three of over 22,000 live foals reported to the Jockey Club call the Islands home. One of those rare
    via Old Friends on May 20, 2017 10:32 pm
  • What were those 2017 Preakness Payouts?
    Are you looking for the 2017 Preakness payouts? We can help!
    via Hello Race Fans! on May 20, 2017 7:31 pm
    By Hans Ebert@hanseberthk There’s a new kid in town in Hong Kong- and to horse racing- and she’s shaking things up without even knowing it. Or does she know exactly what she’s doing? It’s too early to tell, but it’s been a very long time since we’ve come across someone
    via RacingB*tch on May 20, 2017 2:03 pm
  • Bedding, Phone Calls, Long Days: Getting The Stakes Horses In At Pimlico
    From left: Tullock, Overmier, Hall For Maryland Jockey Club stall manager Terry Overmier, it starts the day after the Kentucky Derby. The phone calls. The preparations. The orders for bedding. The stall requests. “Some trainers want to be in certain places, so I try to get them done first,” she
    via Brooklyn Backstretch on May 20, 2017 1:59 pm
  • 2017 Preakness Card Picks
    We want you to form your opinion, but in case you're curious here are our picks for the 2017 Preakness card.
    via Hello Race Fans! on May 20, 2017 12:11 pm
  • For the Patron
    More details from Thursday’s New England HBPA horse park presentation: Brad Boaz, of the Lexington, Kentucky-based architectural and engineering firm CMW, gave an overview of the “Massachusetts Horse Park” master plan, as well as presented some hard numbers, during a press conference Thursday in Boston. “Keeping the horse in mind
    via Jessica Chapel / Railbird v2 on May 20, 2017 12:00 pm
  • A “Nice” Pimlico Special Win For Frank Stronach
    Shaman Ghost and Dolphus hit the wire a neck apart. Maryland Jockey Club/Jim McCue photo On the biggest weekend in the year in Maryland racing, the man who owns both of the state’s Thoroughbred tracks won one of its most historic races, but as he walked with measured step and
    via Brooklyn Backstretch on May 20, 2017 8:39 am
  • A Brooklyn “Dream” Comes True
    John Velazquez and Always Dreaming cruise in the Florida Derby. Coglianese photo When Anthony Bonomo started racing horses in 2006, he named his Brooklyn Boyz stable after the borough in which he’d grown up, and to which he still felt a close tie. Not uncommonly, he’d name his horses after
    via Brooklyn Backstretch on May 20, 2017 8:29 am
  • Derby-Preakness Coverage Contrasts
    Yesterday:Contrast this coverage w/ CDI and Derby day where horseplayers are scrambling to find live feed of races omitted from live broadcast / ADW. https://t.co/7Dra7giPyI— o_crunk (@o_crunk) May 19, 2017and @o_crunk Also note the difference in the Periscope vs. Roberts stream quality — same device, same connection. pic.twitter.com/PqUfVJocRn— Jessica Chapel
    via Pull the Pocket on May 20, 2017 7:39 am
  • PR Special: Preakness And Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Edition
    The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer a special print publication, available here and on the grounds of Pimlico on Preakness Stakes Day and Fasig-Tipton for the Midlantic 2-Year-Olds-In-Training Sale. In this edition of the PR Special, Ray Paulick examines the prospect of the Preakness moving from Pimlico
    via Paulick Report Features on May 20, 2017 2:26 am
  • Banjiui Jewang Wins Again At Busan
    Banjiui Jewang took the honours in a dramatic finish to the feature race at Busan on Friday. Peter Wolsley’s 4-year-old got the best of a tight four-way finish to the 1200M Sprint. Banjiui Jewang just gets up (Pic: Ross Holburt) Having won four of his first five starts – the
    via Korea Racing on May 19, 2017 8:53 pm
  • Rocco Baldelli
    Rocco Baldelli may not have bred a Kentucky Derby winner, but then again, Colonel E.R. Bradley, John R. Madden and John Galbreath never hit 60 home runs in the major leagues. Baldelli, now the first base coach for Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays, is busy breeding thoroughbreds when he’s not on the
    via TDN Podcasts on May 19, 2017 6:31 pm
  • No turning tide in Preakness Stakes pick
    Always Dreaming                                        (Courtesy of Maryland Jockey Club)It seems to be in vogue now to say that juvenile champion Classic Empire’s trip in the Kentucky Derby was so awful that he now
    via Barn 6A on May 19, 2017 6:19 pm
  • Derby Prep Alert: May 19, 2017
    This week's race is the Preakness. We have an in-depth preview, links to news of the contenders and free Brisnet.com past performance.
    via Hello Race Fans! on May 19, 2017 11:30 am
  • One Time
    The tree blocks my view. The squat tree in the distance, like a curtain pulled in a hurry, hiding what I want to see, what I don’t want to see. I walk, half run, my tie flies up and down, I pick up my binoculars again and see men with
    via This is Horse Racing on May 18, 2017 10:37 pm
  • Racetrackers -w- Maggie Wolfendale J. Jerkens T. McCarthy P. Cannon,N. Tammaro
    This week we highlight the Preakness Stakes and the wonders of Baltimore including interviews with Maggie Wolfendale, Jimmy Jerkens and Trevor McCarthy
    via Racetrackers Podcast on May 18, 2017 8:00 pm
  • Some Pimlico stakes thoughts
    0 Dan Illman Featuring a bulky field of evenly-matched horses, Friday's Black-Eyed Susan Stakes looks like a fantastic betting race.   First, let's look at the shorter-priced contenders:  
    via Dan Illman DRF Blog on May 18, 2017 5:09 pm
  • Preakness: No Awaking From This Dream
    If you enjoyed the Kentucky Derby dream, no sense waking up now. You might as well keep dreaming until you are jolted back to reality, if and when that ever occurs. Kentucky Derby winners often run better in the Preakness, despite the two-week comeback, or maybe because of it, and
    via Hangin’ with Haskin on May 18, 2017 4:08 pm
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