Horse racing's latest Triple Crown threat left the home of the series' middle jewel Monday morning.
Sheltering from the rain in the paddock just behind trainer Bob Baffert at Pimlico Race Course, Firing Line trainer Simon Callaghan watched the Preakness unfold on a small television monitor, surrounded by horsemen, reporters and television cameras.
Jockey Stevica Djuric spent several minutes motionless on the Pimlico Race Course turf after Svindahl threw him coming out of the final turn in the third race. He quickly was released from the hospital, track officials said.
While many of the Preakness jockeys rode a light schedule over the days leading up to Saturday’s Triple Crown race, Trevor McCarthy had a typically busy weekend.
Fourteen races will be run on Preakness Day at Pimlico Race Course, including the Preakness Stakes. Here's what happened in the day's other races.
John Burke III is glad you don’t know who he is.