Bob Baffert talks about his plans for Justify.
Justify jockey Mike Smith and trainer Bob Baffert talks about what it took to win the 143rd Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, Maryland. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)
Mudfest at Preakness 2018. (Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun video)
Catch some of the Sights and Sounds of Preakness 2018. (Ulysses Muñoz, Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
Tim Ritvo, the chief operating officer of the Stronach Group, said in a news conference Saturday afternoon at Pimlico Race Course before the 143rd Preaknessthat there are no plans on the table to invest more of the organization’s funds into the 148-year-old facility.
The crowd enjoying the sounds of DJ Frank Walker at 143rd Preakness Stakes at Pimlico. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
Trumpeter Bethann Dixon performs the "call to post" to start a race at the 143rd Preakness. (Scott Dance/Baltimore Sun)
Mud Wrestling at the 2018 Preakness infield festival.
Preakness attendees make there way around the infield in the mud.
The 2018 Preakness field of 8 horses is set and all are trying to win the second leg of the Triple Crown. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)
Bob Baffert, who trained the most recent Triple Crown winner, American Pharoah, is back at this year's Preakness with Derby winner Justify.
Horse racing analyst Gabby Gaudet talks about racing on a wet track surface and whether your odds of winning changes. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)