The Preakness Stakes, Maryland's biggest and splashiest party, returned Saturday even as wistful fans in a record crowd of 140,327 wondered whether they were witnessing one of the last editions of the marquee event at 147-year-old Pimlico Race Course.
The Canadian firm that owns the historic venue in Northwest Baltimore has been openly considering moving the Preakness to the track it owns in Laurel. But a racing official assured that if the Preakness leaves Baltimore, it won't be abruptly.
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