Some early Preakness Day results: Races 1, 2, 3 and 4

In the first race, Don'trythisathome had the longest name and the fastest trip to the finish line. He paid $6.20 and was followed by Saay mi Name and Archoman.

* In the second race, Media Play was the winner and also plaid $6.20. Access Love placed and Legit Passion showed.

* The first stakes race was the Maryland Sprint won by Starforaday with Barbaro jockey Edgar Prado aboard. Starforaday paid $8.20 and was followed across the finish line by Suave Jazz and Cognac Kisses. Starforaday trailed the field through the far turn and went four wide in the stretch.

* In the fourth race, a locally owned horse won the Deputed Testamony Starter Handicap, which is named after the last Maryland-bred to win the Preakness Stakes. The winner was Let Me Be Frank, owned by Mark Lapidus, who said he grew up just a few blocks from Pimlico. Let Me Be Frank, ridden by Jeremy Rose, won by three lengths and paid $9.60. Gammy's a Winner came in second and Wooded was third.

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