Preakness S.

Race 13 at PIM on May 19, 2018

  • 1 3/16 Miles
  • $1,500,000g
  • 3yos
  • Franklin and Spectacular Bid after 1979 Preakness Stakes

    Spectacular Bid's Initial Rider Franklin Dies at 58

    Ron Franklin, the Baltimore kid who nearly won the Triple Crown aboard Spectacular Bid before his riding career went off the rails, died March 7, The Baltimore Sun reports. He was 58 and had been battling lung cancer.

  • What's Going On Here: Upset Minded

    So what do we make of the beginning of the second half of the 2017 race season, where in the space of one week we’ve seen the defeats of Arrogate, Always Dreaming, Cloud Computing, Irish War Cry, and Timeline with nary a battle offered?

  • Terra Promessa winning the Allair DuPont Distaff on Black Eyed Susan Day

    Asmussen Earns $50,000 Preakness Weekend Bonus

    Hall of Famer Steve Asmussen finished with 38 points to earn a $50,000 bonus from a total pool of $100,000 offered to trainers who ran a minimum of five horses in the 15 stakes races over Preakness Stakes (G1) weekend at Pimlico Race Course.

  • ABR Wired: Farewell Triple Crown

    ABR Wired: Farewell Triple Crown

    Follow along with Terry Finley, a minority owner of Always Dreaming and the president and CEO of West Point Thoroughbreds, as he experiences the 2017 Preakness Stakes from the viewpoint of the Kentucky Derby winner.

  • Mike Ryan

    Agent Ryan Not Surprised by Cloud Computing's Win

    The sale grounds at Fasig-Tipton Midlantic were abuzz the morning of May 21 about the previous day's racing at Pimlico Race Course highlighted by the Preakness Stakes (G1) victory of Seth Klarman and William Lawrence's Cloud Computing.

  • Cloud Computing after his Preakness victory

    Cloud Computing Leaves Pimlico, Others Thinking Belmont

    With the glow of the sun pink on the horizon and most of the Pimlico Race Course stakes barn just beginning to rustle with activity, Preakness Stakes (G1) winner Cloud Computing departed from Baltimore to return to his Belmont Park home base May 21.

  • Cloud Computing (#2) with Javier Castellano win the 142nd Running of the Preakness Stakes over Classic Empire (#5) with Julien Leparoux at Pimlico on May 20, 2017.

    Preakness Stakes 142

    Cloud Computing with Javier Castellano wins the 142nd running of the Grade I Preakness Stakes at Pimlico on May 20, 2017.

  • Cloud Computing with jockey Javier Castellano enters the winner's circle with owner Seth Karman, center and trainer Chad Brown right after winning the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes Saturday May 20, 2017 at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, MD.  Photo by Skip Dickstein

    Preakness Stakes Press Conference

    Comments from the connections of 2017 Preakness winner Cloud Computing, including trainer Chad Brown and jockey Javier Castellano.

  • Cloud Computing (left) and Classic Empire battle during the Preakness stretch run

    Cloud Computing Wears Down Classic Empire in Preakness

    Cloud Computing moved alongside Classic Empire in the final sixteenth of the Preakness Stakes (G1) and just got his head in front at the wire. Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (G1) winner Always Dreaming set the pace and finished eighth.

  • Preakness Scene Setter

    Claire Novak sets the scene for the 142nd Preakness Stakes. Current track condition is muddy, but no more rain is forecast.

  • Preakness News Update for May 19

    Claire Novak updates the news of the day, including trackwork for Derby winner Always Dreaming and Classic Empire, and the scratch of Noble Bird from the Pimlico Special.

  • Todd Pletcher and D. Wayne Lukas enjoy the morning scene at Pimlico Race Course

    Pletcher Continues to Do Lukas Proud

    Thanks in part to the lessons instilled by his former boss, trainer Todd Pletcher is nothing if not his own man now, with the enviable problem of constantly trying to kick his own bar of success to ever higher levels.

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