Preakness 2019

Alwaysmining Thriving After Preakness, May Shorten Up For Next Start

Runnymede Racing’s multiple stakes winner Alwaysmining, who had his six-race win streak snapped in the 144th Preakness (G1) May 18, emerged from the race in good order and returned to the track this week, trainer Kelly Rubley said. Alwaysmining had his first gallop Thursday at Fair Hill Training Center in Elkton, Md., five days after […]

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Equibase Analysis: One Of Two Brad Cox Trainees Could Spring Preakness Upset

Only four of the 13 horses entered to run in the Grade 1, $1.5 million Preakness Stakes ran in the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago, leaving more than two-thirds of the Preakness field consisting of horses which did not run in the Derby for various reasons. Of the group which ran in the Derby, fifth […]

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Triple Crown News Minute Presented By Kirkwood Stables: Preakness Pedigrees, Poetry

While Kentucky Derby week was filled with drama, including the scratch of the favorite and then, of course, the disqualification of the winner, Preakness week has been nice and quiet. So, there isn’t much news to report in today’s Triple Crown News Minute. Instead, Scott Jagow and Joe Nevills share info on the strong pedigrees […]

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The Friday Show Presented By The Match Series: Derby Perspectives, Preakness Picks

A lot of people in the horse racing industry are ready to move on from the controversy of the 2019 Kentucky Derby, but even as the second leg of the Triple Crown approaches, the buzz in Baltimore still revolves around what happened in Louisville. In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Chelsea […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: From Father To Son, A Golden Blue Blanket

On a damp, chilly Thursday morning at Pimlico, most Preakness contenders were being walked around the shed row wearing blankets emblazoned with their name, or perhaps their trainer’s name. One was unique, however. It’s a bright blue and square wool blanket with white edges and big block letters emblazoned across the left side, and it […]

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Triple Crown News Minute Presented By Kirkwood Stables: Shiny New Things

Horses competing in the Preakness Stakes that also ran in the Kentucky Derby have an excellent track record in the second leg of the Triple Crown. But you only have to go back two years to find a Preakness winner that skipped the Derby (Cloud Computing). This year’s field of 13 is split 9 to […]

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War Of Will Draws Rail (Again) In Preakness; Improbable 5-2 Favorite From Post Four

War of Will’s odds will open at 4-1 for Saturday’s Preakness Stakes but he’s already cashed at much higher theoretical odds by drawing the rail in Saturday’s 144th running of the second leg of the Triple Crown. The War Front colt drew the one post position for the Kentucky Derby May 4 in a field […]

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Preakness Notes: Maiden Bodexpress Tries For History After ‘Very, Very Crazy’ Derby

Trainer Gustavo Delgado hopes he’ll be partying like it’s 1888 after the 144th¬†running of the Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico Race Course Saturday. The Delgado-trained Bodexpress¬†will go to post in search of his first career victory Saturday in a quest to become the first maiden to capture the Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown since […]

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