Multiple G1 Winner A.P. Indian Targets $150,000 Maryland Sprint (G3)

Maryland-Based Eclipse Award Finalist to Make Local Debut in Six-Furlong Stakes
BALTIMORE – Though he is based at the Fair Hill Training Center in Elkton, Md. near the border with Pennsylvania, circumstance and opportunity have kept A.P. Indian from racing in his home state. The anomaly ends Saturday, as Green Lantern Stables’ star sprinter is set to make his next start in the $150,000 Maryland Sprint (G3) at historic Pimlico Race Course.

Casse Barn Expects Big Effort from World Approval in Longines Dixie (G2)

5-Year-Old Will be Joined By Stablemate Conquest Typhoon in $250,000 Turf Stakes
BALTIMORE – The main objective this weekend at Pimlico Race Course for Team Casse is the $1.5 million Preakness Stakes (G1). But the stable will have ample opportunities to make some noise before they run Classic Empire in the Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown Saturday afternoon.

LARC Continues Commitment to Racing in Saturday’s $100,000 Sir Barton

Officials to Present Check for $30,000 to Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance
BALTIMORE – For the second consecutive year, the Latin American Racing Channel (LARC) will sponsor the $100,000 Sir Barton Stakes on Preakness Day, May 20, while also presenting a $30,000 check to the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) as part of its continued commitment to the Thoroughbred industry.

Three Rules, Recruiting Ready Clash in $200,000 Maker’s Mark Chick Lang

Hedge Fund Looks to Make a Score in $100,000 Sir Barton
BALTIMORE – While the connections of Three Rules are counting on a return to sprints translating to a return to the winner’s circle, those of Recruiting Ready are looking to keep his momentum going in Saturday’s $200,000 Maker’s Mark Chick Lang at historic Pimlico Race Course.

Alex Sano Getting an Education in College and at the Racetrack

Antonio Sano’s Son Sticking Close to Preakness Entrant Gunnevera, Living American Dream
BALTIMORE – Alessandro “Alex” Sano is getting an education on two fronts. The 20-year-old biology and pre-vet major at the University of Central Florida also is a key part of dad Antonio Sano’s racing operation that includes Gunnevera, who has been entered for Saturday’s Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico Race Course. 

Sport's Most Valuable Trophy: The Woodlawn Vase

BALTIMORE – The elegant Woodlawn Vase, originally created by Tiffany and Company in 1860, is the most valuable trophy in American sports.
Acacia Courtney looks at the history of the Woodlawn Vase and the tradition. Click here to watch the video.

Five Preakness Contenders Arrive at Pimlico Tuesday Afternoon

 BALTIMORE – Three vans transporting five candidates for Saturday’s 142nd Preakness Stakes (G1) arrived at Pimlico Race Course within minutes of each other Tuesday afternoon.

Media Advisory

For Wednesday, May 17
Always Dreaming is scheduled to go to the track at 5:30 a.m.
Trainer Todd Pletcher will be available at approximately 8 a.m.
Gunnevera is scheduled to go to the track at approximately 6:20 a.m.
Trainer Antonio Sano will be available at approximately 7 a.m.
Classic Empire is scheduled to go to the track at 6:30 a.m.

Pretty City Dancer Looks to Regain G1 Form in Miss Preakness (G3)

Terra Promessa One to Beat in $150,000 Allaire DuPont (G3)
BALTIMORE – On a weekend populated by terrific fields, there might not be a better betting race than Friday’s $150,000 Adena Springs Miss Preakness (G3), which drew an overflow field of 15 3-year-old fillies running six furlongs.
The 32nd running of the Miss Preakness is one of seven stakes and goes off as the ninth (post time 3:55 p.m.) on the 14-race Black-Eyed Susan card. First post is 11:30 a.m.

Preakness News/Notes/Video: 'Smooth' Sailing for Always Dreaming Tuesday Morning - Classic Empire Looking, Moving Good in First Pimlico Gallop - Conquest Mo Money Gets Acquainted with Pimlico Surface

Preakness News and Notes

‘Smooth’ Sailing for Always Dreaming Tuesday Morning

Classic Empire Looking, Moving Good in First Pimlico Gallop

Conquest Mo Money Gets Acquainted with Pimlico Surface

BALTIMORE – Trainer Todd Pletcher was delighted to report Tuesday morning that everything went according to plan when his Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Always Dreaming galloped 1 1/2 miles at Pimlico Race Course.

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