Who could have predicted that?! Underdogs Cloud Computing and jockey Javier Castellano defied all odds at the 2017 Preakness Stakes on May 20, defeating both Classic Empire and Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming. Here are 5 things to know about the dream team!
After Always Dreaming won the 2017 Kentucky Derby, the pressure was on to see if the horse could win the Preakness Stakes, the second race in the Triple Crown. After two minutes of pure excitement, the unexpected Cloud Computing emerged as the champion!
Get ready for some thrilling racing action, as it’s time to head to Baltimore on May 21 for the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes. Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming prepares to win the second race in the Triple Crown, so see all the highlights from this fantastic event!
Off and running! The second jewel of horse racing’s Triple Crown is here, and all eyes will be on Kentucky Derby champ Always Dreaming for the win at the 142nd Preakness Stakes. We’ve got your way to live stream the big race on May 20 with the post time at 6:45pm EST.
The second leg of the Triple Crown goes down on May 20, as 10 horses run for greatness in the Preakness Stakes. We’ve got all the details on how to watch the thrilling race.
Arguably more famous than the jockeys who ride them, these 10 Preakness 2017 horses are stealing hearts all across the nation for both their looks and tremendous speed. Here’s your first look at the majestic creatures running the second leg of the Triple Crown.
Always Dreaming, the horse that won the 2017 Kentucky Derby, will try to take the Preakness Stakes, but will face a huge challenge from Classic Creaming! Before the second race in the Triple Crown takes place, get to know all about Classic Empire.
At the 2016 Preakness Stakes, everyone was gushing about the undefeated Nyquist, but we want to give you the details on the horse that has now beaten him, Exaggerator. Keep reading to find out things you should know about this beautiful horse!
Nyquist and Exaggerator, the top two finishers in this year’s Kentucky Derby, faced off again in the Grade 1 Preakness Stakes on May 21 at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. While many people bet on the undefeated Nyquist to take the big win, his competitor Exaggerator won the day! Click to find out some interesting facts about the underdog!
Incredible! All eyes were on Nyquist, who was aiming to follow up his win at the Kentucky Derby by being first past the post at the Preakness Stakes at the Pimlico Race Course in Maryland on May 21. And did he disappoint? It was Exaggerator who stole the race!
Two words. Simply. Amazing! The Preakness Stakes were up for grabs, with Nyquist aiming to get that much closer to the American Triple Crown by winning the second jewel on May 21. His biggest challenger came in the form of Exaggerator, who finished runner-up at the Kentucky Derby. It was Exaggerator’s day today, hard luck Nyquist.
Away they go! The second leg of the Triple Crown of horse racing, The Preakness Stakes, will feature 11 of the best ponies in the world. Keep reading to meet all of these fast thoroughbreds who will run on May 21st at Pimlico Race Track!
Nyquist is the horse to beat when the race begins at 6:45pm EST in Baltimore, Maryland. The Kentucky Derby, the first leg of the Triple Crown of racing, was won by Nyquist ridden by Mario Gutierrez 28. Nyquist will again be mounted by Mario and is the favorite in The Preakness Stakes. If the pair can beat Exaggerator, ridden by veteran jockey Kent Desormeaux, 46, they will only need to win the Belmont Stakes to achieve the rare feat of winning the Triple Crown. Keep reading to learn about the other 9 horses in the field at The Preakness Stakes.
Let’s race! The 2016 Preakness Stakes is the next big horse race to go down. Where will it be this year? When and where can you tune in to watch? Keep reading for all the details you need to know to enjoy the epic showdown!
New to the horse racing world? No worries! We’re here to tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming Preakness Stakes! The race is an American flat thoroughbred horse competition held on the third Saturday in May each year at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. It is the second jewel of the Triple Crown, and it is held two weeks after the Kentucky Derby and three weeks before the Belmont Stakes. Click for more details!
Down the stretch they come! The Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown, is one of the most exciting horse races in the world. Keep reading to learn 5 incredible facts about the epic race at Pimlico!
The Preakness Stakes follows the Kentucky Derby by two weeks and is followed by the Belmont Stakes three weeks later. Together the three races make up the prestigious Triple Crown of horse racing. Only 12 horses have ever won all three races and the last to accomplish the feat was American Pharoah in 2015. The Preakness however is a unique and incredible race for several reasons. Keep reading to learn all about this iconic run!
What a race! After an intense and rain-soaked run at the Pimlico Race Course on May 16, American Pharoah was the horse to come out on top once again as the winner of the 2015 Preakness Stakes! American Pharoah only has one more race to win to become a Triple Crown winner!
It’s been less than two weeks since the Kentucky Derby, and American Pharoah is still the top horse in town. Competing against seven other talented horses and jockeys in the 2015 Preakness Stakes, American Pharoah and Victor Espinoza, 42, were the dynamic duo of the day.
And it’s off to the races! Nearly two weeks after the Kentucky Derby, it’s time for the Preakness Stakes! Click to WATCH a live stream of the race!
Are you ready for another epic horse race? The Preakness Stakes is happening today, May 16, and we’ve got a live stream of the entire event! With 2015 Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah competing against Dortmund, Firing Line and more, you’re going to want to which horse and jockey comes out on top at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
After California Chrome blew away the competition at the 2014 Kentucky Derby two weeks ago, all eyes were on the colt to see if it could lock up the second race of the Triple Crown at the Preakness Stakes on May 17. And after a thrilling mile and change, California came out on top in a time of 1:54.84.
The Preakness Stakes is always the race that separates true Triple Crown contenders from pretenders. California Chrome certainly looked like the former with its impressive victory over the field at the Kentucky Derby on May 3, and the colt was the odds-on favorite to win once again at Pimlico Racetrack in Baltimore, Md. Cali Chrome won convincingly over a talented field at Preakness and pulled away late in the home stretch to snag the victory.