Who needs tickets?
Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt
I've got two right here.
Presenting the Colors on Preakness Day
Photo: Tom Boland
A Fly Over
and, a blimp over.
Photo: Chad Harmon
Arriving for the big day.
Some people have their own unique way of arriving.
Photo: Rick Samuels
Jockeys signed calendars for their fans.
And the infield crowd arrives
to meet Kegasus!
The proper drinking implement for hailing Kegasus.
Entertaining the infield faithful.
Other infield diversions include a little beach volleyball.
Oh the humanity (the infield scene).
And if you are feeling peckish, how about an eating contest?
Who needs the Woodlawn Vase?
Or maybe you are in need of a more basic element.
Photo: Chad B. Harmon
A bit of black,
Photo: Skip Dickstein
or some pink.
and a gaggle of crabs.
And, you have to love a shirt that offers sound advice.
Lots to see, and lots to do.
But, it was really about the horses.
On the turf,
and on the dirt.
Horses of a different sort.
put on a crowd-pleasing show.
Ready to sing, 'My Maryland, My Maryland'
The blanket of Black-Eyed Susans is unrolled,
Th Woodlawn Vase is brought out,
the cameras are readied.
Announcer Larry Collmus takes his last drink of water.
The call to the post goes out.
It's Preakness Time!
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