Former claimer Kid Cruz cemented his classic credentials April 19 when posting a dominant victory in the $100,000 Federico Tesio Stakes at Pimlico Race Course.
- Stakes Calendar
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|April 5||Dahlia S.||$100,000g||3&up, f/m||8f T||Results & Video|
|April 5||Twixt S. R||$75,000g||3yos, Fillies||8.5f||Results & Video|
|April 5||Mister Diz S. R||$75,000g||3&up||5f T||Results & Video|
|April 19||Primonetta S.||$100,000g||3&up, f/m||6f||Results & Video|
|April 19||Stormy Blues S.||$100,000g||3yos, Fillies||5f T||Results & Video|
|April 19||Henry S. Clark S.||$100,000g||3&up||8f T||Results & Video|
|April 19||Federico Tesio S.||$100,000g||3yos||8.5f||Results & Video|
|April 26||Geisha S R||$75,000g||3&up, f/m||8.5f|
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|May 16||Black-Eyed Susan S||$500,000g||3yo, f||9f|
|May 16||Hilltop S||$100,000g||3yo, f||8.5f T|
|May 16||Jim McKay Turf Sprint||$100,000g||3&up,||5f T|
|May 16||Kattegat's Pride Starter H R||$40,000g||3&up, f/m||8.5f|
|May 16||Miss Preakness S||$100,000g||3yo, f||6f|
|May 16||Pimlico Special||$300,000g||3&up,||9.5f|
|May 16||Rollicking S||$75,000g||2yo,||5f|
|May 16||Skipat S||$100,000g||3&up, f/m||6f|
|May 17||Chick Lang S||$100,000g||3yo,||6f|
|May 17||Deputed Testamony Starter H R||$40,000g||3&up,||8.5f|
|May 17||Dixie S||$400,000g||3&up,||8.5f T|
|May 17||Gallorette H||$150,000g||3&up, f/m||8.5f T|
|May 17||James W. Murphy S||$100,000g||3yo,||8f T|
|May 17||Maryland Sprint H||$150,000g||3&up,||6f|
|May 17||Preakness S||$1,500,000g||3yo,||9.5f|
|May 17||The Very One S||$100,000g||3&up, f/m||5f T|
|May 17||Sir Barton S R||$100,000g||3yo,||8.5f|
Kid Cruz, a four-length winner of the Private Terms Stakes, takes a step toward a possible Preakness (gr. I) start as the 120-pound highweight in the $100,000 Federico Tesio Stakes April 19 at Pimlico Race Course.
Jockey Ramon Dominguez, turf writer Sean Clancy, photographer Patrick Smith, and television executives Mark Viviano and Amy Zimmerman will be honored by the Maryland Jockey Club with this year's Preakness media awards.
Baltimore Ravens All-Pro kicker Justin Tucker helped kick off festivities leading up to the 139th Preakness Stakes (gr. I) with a series of humorous social media commercials that debuted April 4.
Owners and trainers wishing make their 3-year-olds eligible for the 2014 Triple Crown series have until March 22 to add their horses to the roster of late nominations for the trio of American classics.
Due to extreme weather conditions, Laurel Park, Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races, and Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course canceled live racing for Jan. 22. Charles Town will be dark Jan. 23 as well.
Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (gr. I) contender Dance to Bristol put in her final work at the Bowie Training Center Oct. 25, going five furlongs in a bullet :58 3/5.
The inaugural Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium, dedicated to developing second careers for retired Thoroughbred racehorses, will be held in Baltimore. Twenty-six trainers from the U.S. and Canada will participate.
Eclipse Award-winning jockey Ramon Dominguez, who retired in June due to the severity of injuries sustained in a spill at Aqueduct Racetrack in January, will make a special appearance at Laurel Park Sept. 21.
Odds-on favorite Cerro (IRE) gave trainer Rick Mettee his first win as the conditioner for Team Valor International when he was all out to land the $75,000 Canonero II Stakes June 1 at Pimlico Race Course.
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Trainer D. Wayne Lukas, his Preakness (gr. I) winner Oxbow, and the rest of his nine-horse contingent this week at Pimlico Race Course were on the highway before dawn May 19 heading back to their base at Churchill Downs.
Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas supervises the loading of Preakness winner Oxbow at Pimlico May 19. watch video
Calumet Farm's Oxbow gunned to the front from the gate in the $1 million Preakness Stakes (gr. I) May 18 and never looked back to post a 1 3/4-length victory at 15-1.
The Maryland Jockey Club reported that Preakness Stakes (gr. I) on-track attendance at Pimlico Race Course of 117,203 was fourth-highest in the history of the race and the May 18 total handle of $81,940,233 was sixth-highest.
Calumet Farm's Skyring, winless in 11 starts since a victory at Pimlico Race Course last May, found the winner's circle again at the Maryland track in the Longines Dixie Stakes (gr. IIT).
Benefiting from a quick start, Pianist set a fast pace en route to a gate-to-wire victory in the Gallorette Handicap on the May 18 Preakness Stakes (gr. I) undercard at Pimlico Race Course.
Running for the first time in 2013, Michael Dubb's Sage Valley earned his fourth straight victory when he took the $150,000 Maryland Sprint Handicap (gr. III) at Pimlico Race Course May 18.
Summer Applause ground her way to the lead and held off Sea Island in the $150,000 Allaire DuPont Distaff Stakes Presented by Toyota (gr. III) at Pimlico Race Course May 18.
From a field of 19 for the Kentucky Derby, the runners now number nine for the Preakness. This year Departing, Titletown Five, and Govenor Charlie opted to forego the Run for the Roses to chase black-eyed Susans instead.