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Getting to Know: Dave Rodman, The Voice of Maryland Racing

Dave Rodman is the “Voice of the Preakness” undoubtedly, having called the last 27 renewals of the middle leg of the Triple Crown. Hard to believe however, that his first ten years as a Race Caller were not spent in Maryland, but rather his home state of Louisiana, where he started calling in 1981 at Jefferson Downs before moving to Louisiana Downs in 1985. 1,750 more words

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OOTD: Orange One Shoulder Dress

Hello Again Rubies-

So I’ve been shifting through my camera roll (my DSLR and cell phone) finding photos of previous travel and other activities and I thought why not share them with my Rubies. 510 more words

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13-1 shot Cloud Computing springs upset in Preakness

BALTIMORE (AP) – Cloud Computing ran down Classic Empire in the final strides Saturday to win the Preakness by a head.

The 13-1 long shot was one of five fresh horses in the Preakness that didn’t run two weeks ago in the Kentucky Derby. 82 more words


'The Pride of Maryland' In Horse Racing Is Officially Retiring

BALTIMORE (WZ)– Eleven may seem young to retire. But not when you’re a race horse and not when you’ve won more than $2.6 million in your career. 287 more words


Cloud Computing To Skip Belmont Stakes

NEW YORK (AP) – Preakness winner Cloud Computing won’t run in the Belmont Stakes, leaving the final leg of the Triple Crown without the winners of the first two races. 152 more words


Globe Backs Wrong Horse in Belmont Stakes Preview

The hardreading staff is a longtime fan of thoroughbred racing’s annual Triple Crown bakeoff, although we prefer fewer rather than more threefers.

So, as we gallop toward the Belmont Stakes, chalk this up as a good year: Always Dreaming won the Kentucky Derby, then finished eighth in the Preakness to Cloud Computing. 26 more words

This genius Preakness Superfecta bet turned $3 into $24,488

There it is! We were waiting for a Superfecta ticket to emerge, and now, finally, we got one.

As you probably know by now, Classic Empire looked like he had the second-leg of its tripe crown bid sown up until the final straightaway, when Cloud Computing roared from the back of the back to snatch first place. 94 more words

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