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like father, like son?

After a couple of nights to sleep on it, we still woke to find it still was not a dream: Exaggerator won the Preakness.  Curlin himself accomplished that feat in 2007, and now he has a son who has done the same. 961 more words

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Nats Notebook- Fighting For First...

These are the series this team would have lost last year.  Two thirds of their way through a nine game divisional gauntlet, the 2016 Nationals remain in front of the NL East pack after taking two of three from the Mets and two of three from the Marlins.  522 more words

Netw3rk (Jason Concepcion) talks Grantland and The Ringer; University of Houston Men’s Basketball head coach Kelvin Sampson on Cougar hoops and NBA Playoffs

Welcome into the 44th episode of The Weekly Brew podcast – and it is a doozy. Jeremy Paxton and Dolores Lozano have the week off, so Austin and Kevin get into some current events, including the Preakness and Tilman Fertitta’s shot across the bow at Texas and the Big 12, before welcoming in University of Houston Men’s Basketball head coach Kelvin Sampson and… 444 more words

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No kidding: Exaggerator beats Nyquist in Preakness

BALTIMORE (AP) — Despite the fog, the rain and an undefeated Kentucky Derby winner to contend with, Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux knew the best route to the Preakness winner’s circle with Exaggerator — stay inside and wait. 800 more words

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"Preakness At The Piazza" Brings Southern Charm To Northern Liberties

by Mike Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The rain didn’t put a damper on a Preakness watch party for charity.

About 1500 people gathered under the tents at the Piazza to watch the Preakness. 154 more words

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BAYS & GREYS: Preakness Style

As a Marylander born and raised, I couldn’t resist putting together a completely equestrian inspired look, just perfect for Preakness festivities. This look is centered around the bright pop of red in the Maryland Horse Racing Scarf by Route One Apparel. 311 more words

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Tragedy Strikes Twice As Owners Of Barbaro Suffer Another Loss On Preakness Day

BALTIMORE (CBS/AP) — Ten years after Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro tragically broke down at the start of the Preakness, the owners of the popular colt watched another horse they bred die during a race on a rainy Saturday at Pimlico Race Course. 364 more words

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