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American stakes race for Thoroughbreds, part of the Triple Crown

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Preakness Stakes: American stakes race for Thoroughbreds, part of the Triple Crown
The Preakness Stakes is an American flat thoroughbred horse race held on the third Saturday in May each year at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. It is a Grade I race run over a distance of 9.5 furlongs on dirt. Colts and geldings carry 126 pounds (57 kg); fillies 121 lb (55 kg). It is the second jewel of the Triple Crown, held two weeks after the Kentucky Derby and three weeks before the Belmont Stakes.

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Sir Winston crosses finish line first at Belmont Stakes

War of Will was the favorite coming into the race after winning the 2019 Preakness Stakes last month
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Tacitus favored in Belmont; Preakness winner 2nd choice

Tacitus was made the slight favorite over Preakness winner War of Will in a Belmont Stakes that wraps up a whacky Triple Crown
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War of Will wins 144th Preakness Stakes

War of Will bounced back from a bumpy ride in the Kentucky Derby to win the Preakness Stakes, holding off a field that included a riderless horse that threw his jockey out of the gate and still..
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Who is 3-year-old horse-racing leader? Maximum Security? War of Will?

Who is the current leading 3-year-old. Is it Maximum Security or Preakness winner War of Will?
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Preakness winner War of Will likely to run in Belmont

'Extremely good shot' Preakness winner War of Will runs in Belmont to close out Triple Crown season
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Horsing around: Riderless colt races to Preakness finish

Unencumbered by a jockey and suddenly free to run wherever he darn pleased, Bodexpress decided to take a shot at winning the Preakness
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Preakness Stakes 2019: Bodexpress continues racing after throwing jockey

Bodexpress threw John Velazquez off at the gate and finished the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course without a jockey.
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Bodexpress runs Preakness Stakes without jockey John Velazquez

Bodexpress lost its jockey John Velazquez at the start of the Preakness Stakes. The horse stayed in the race anyway.
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Best photos from the 2019 Preakness Stakes

The best photos from the 144th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Md.
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Horse named Congrats Gal died following race at Pimlico

Pimlico Race Course is hosting the Preakness Stakes on Saturday
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The Latest: Infield crowd sparse hours before the Preakness

The Latest: Infield crowd sparse hours before Preakness without Kentucky Derby winner
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Baffert's Improbable remains favorite to win the Preakness

Bob Baffert-trained Improbable remains the favorite to win the Preakness
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Preakness 2019: Post time, odds, jockeys, post positions and how to watch

The 2019 Preakness Stakes is set for a 6:48 p.m. ET start at Pimlico Race Course. Here is all the info for the post time and how to watch.
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'Vanilla' Preakness still has intrigue without Derby winner

'Vanilla' Preakness still has intrigue even with no Kentucky Derby winner and no Triple Crown possibility
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Filly dies on track at Pimlico the day before Preakness

On day before Preakness, a filly collapses and dies on track at Pimlico
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Preakness predictions: Who to bet on for Saturday's wide-open Triple Crown race

After a controversial Kentucky Derby, the 144th Preakness will have to brand itself as one of the most wide-open runnings in recent memory.
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At Preakness, they're playing 'musical chairs' with jockeys

Preakness game of 'musical chairs' with jockeys begins with Smith bumping Ortiz on favorite Improbable
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Here are the horses you need to know heading into the Preakness

SportsPulse: Courier Journal's Gentry Estes details the horses to watch in the Preakness with Maximum Security and Country House out.
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Improbable, War of Will among horses to watch in Preakness

Improbable, War of Will are among the horses to watch in the Preakness without the Kentucky Derby winner in the field
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Handicapping the Preakness Stakes: 5 long shots that could win at big prices

While returning Kentucky Derby runners will likely attract the most attention, lesser-known horses could be dangerous in the Preakness.
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2019 Preakness Stakes: How to watch and what to know

The Preakness Stakes is the second horse race featured in the annual Triple Crown
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Preakness Stakes still worth watching even without Maximum Security, Country House

The Kentucky Derby winner (both Maximum Security and Country House) might be missing, but the Preakness Stakes still has some intriguing subplots.
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Field for 2019 Preakness Stakes could be largest for Triple Crown's second leg since 2011

A handful from the 2019 Kentucky Derby and several new shooters are expected for the 2019 Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
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Calendar: Week of May 13

From the Webby Awards to the 144th Preakness Stakes, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
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Maximum Security and Country House Are Not Racing at Preakness

Courier-Journal’s Jason Frakes breaks down why Maximum Security and Country House are not racing at Preakness.
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No chance this year of Triple Crown. Country House won't run in Preakness.

Country Horse is the first Kentucky Derby winner not to enter the Preakness since Grindstone in 1996
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Life remains normal for Kentucky Derby winner Country House

Life is normal, quiet for Kentucky Derby winner Country House, who is almost a forgotten champion, especially after bowing out of Preakness
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Kentucky Derby winner Country House won't run in Preakness

Kentucky Derby winner Country House won't run in the Preakness
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Here's the latest for Monday May 6th: 400 former federal prosecutors say Trump would've been charged if not president; Trump's ex-lawyer arrives at prison; Maxiumum Security will not run in Preakness;..
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Maximum Security owner appeals Derby disqualification

After seeing his Kentucky Derby win taken away due to interference, Gary West says his horse won't run the Preakness, and he plans to file an appeal.
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Maximum Security will not run in Preakness

Maximum Security will not run in Preakness; owner will appeal disqualification as Derby winner
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Maximum Security owner plans Kentucky Derby appeal, says disqualified horse won't run in Preakness

Gary West appeared on NBC's 'Today' show Monday morning, two days after his horse Maximum Security was disqualified from the 2019 Kentucky Derby.
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Maximum Security owner denies impeding Kentucky Derby winner

The owner of disqualified Kentucky Derby winner Maximum Security on Sunday denied his horse had interfered with the declared winner and said it was unlikely the horse would run in the May 18 Preakness,..
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Maximum Security's Preakness status unclear after Derby DQ

Maximum Security's status unclear for Preakness after historic Kentucky Derby disqualification
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Kentucky Derby winner Country House comes from lineage of champions

Kentucky Derby winner Country House comes from a line of champions and is the son of Preakness champion Lookin At Lucky.
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Historic section of Pimlico not safe for Preakness seating

An engineering firm has determined the last historic section of Pimlico Race Course isn't safe, meaning almost 7,000 seats won't be available for the Preakness Stakes next month
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Pimlico to lose 6,670 seats for Preakness at aging Pimlico

The northern grandstand at Pimlico Race Course has significantly deteriorated and will be closed for the Preakness in May
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Baltimore mayor sues to block move of Preakness Stakes

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has sued the owners of Pimlico Race Course in an effort to seize the horse racetrack and block the move of the Preakness Stakes out of the city
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Kentucky Derby, Preakness winner Silver Charm turning 25

Hall of Fame thoroughbred Silver Charm is celebrating his silver anniversary birthday, and Old Friends retirement facility is hosting a party for him
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Game Winner among 362 horses eligible for Triple Crown

Unbeaten Game Winner among 362 3-year-old thoroughbreds made eligible during early nomination period to compete in Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes
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