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  • Laurel: Oct. 20 results

    Results, entries and comments provided by the Maryland Jockey Club. For automated results by phone, call 410-792-0278. Thursday, Oct. 20 results First - Purse $20,000, Maiden Claiming $25,000-$20,000, 2 yo, One Mile 5 Her Way Vega H. $6.60 $4.60...
  • Racing stumbles down the stretch

    Racing stumbles down the stretch
    The man who came to town nearly a decade ago promising to be the horse racing industry's salvation has lately become its frustrating nemesis. Franck Stronach, a Canadian billionaire and racing enthusiast who has exerted an erratic will since buying the...
  • For Preakness newbies, Infield not as legendary as expected

    For Preakness newbies, Infield not as legendary as expected
    The Infield shenanigans at the Preakness are legendary -- and they were years before Kegasus came along with his whole “Be legendary” spiel -- but for young newcomers who came to Pimlico today to see yahoos running on porta-potties or drunks...
  • Olympic gold medalists to compete in beach volleyball during Preakness weekend

    Olympic gold medalists to compete in beach volleyball during Preakness weekend
    Alas, Kegasus will not be the most athletic, um, sentient being in the infield at Preakness. Olympic Gold medalists Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers will compete in a National Volleyball League (yes, that's a thing) event on May 18-19. The pair will be...
  • Preakness headline act Wiz Khalifa busted for pot twice in a week

    Preakness headline act Wiz Khalifa busted for pot twice in a week
    Wiz Khalifa, one of the headline acts for this year's Preakness Infield party, was busted for pot in North Carolina Tuesday -- the second time in a week, just days before his Baltimore appearance. According to the Winston-Salem Journal, the rapper was...
  • Laurel Park's fall meet with feature more stakes races, higher average purses

    The Maryland Racing Commission on Tuesday approved a 69-day fall meet schedule for Laurel Park that will begin Sept. 5 and feature more stakes races and higher average purses than a year ago. The meeting includes 32 stakes races — five more than...
  • Monkton woman leads early morning, pre-Preakness tours at track

    Monkton woman leads early morning, pre-Preakness tours at track
    You don't have to be a horse owner, jockey or trainer to take a behind-the-scenes tour at Pimlico Race Course just before the May 19 Preakness. You simply have to get out of bed early. The chance to walk past stables, see horses working out on the track,...
  • Md. to open bidding today for slots licenses

    As they prepare to open bids for slots licenses today, Maryland officials are casting a wary eye on Kansas, hoping that recent history will not be repeated. In Kansas, two gambling development companies won the rights to build "destination casinos"...
  • 2 slots bidders did not pay fees

    Prospects for a near-term gambling windfall in Maryland fizzled yesterday as state officials acknowledged that two of six bidders for gambling licenses failed to submit millions of dollars in legally required fees and that Baltimore's applicant is...
  • Preakness bans outside beverages from the infield

    Black-eyed Susans and broad-brimmed hats, trademarks of Preakness Day, may be enduring, but another Pimlico tradition is on the way out: Infield spectators will no longer be allowed to bring their own beer and other beverages into the racetrack. Maryland...
  • Slots panel to hear from Laurel Park

    A commission that will award five lucrative slots licenses will hear claims today from the Laurel Park racetrack that Maryland's new gambling law is "constitutionally defective" and that the process should be halted and corrected. That argument,...
  • Cordish Cos. may enter slots license competition

    Baltimore based Cordish Cos., which has built signature projects in the Inner Harbor and casinos in Florida, might compete for a slots license in Maryland if voters approve a November referendum legalizing the gambling machines, officials said. In an e-...