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PIMLICO RACE COURSE
Baltimore’s premier destination for horse racing and home of the Preakness Stakes, middle jewel of the Triple Crown, first opened its doors on October 25, 1870, making it the second oldest racetrack in the nation behind Saratoga, which debuted in 1864 in upstate New York. Engineered by General John Ellicott, Pimlico has played host to racing icons for over a century, where Baltimoreans have seen the likes of legendary horses such as Man o’ War, Sir Barton, Seabiscuit, War Admiral, Citation, Secretariat and Cigar thunder down the stretch in thrilling and memorable competition.
Pimlico Race Course offers live Thoroughbred racing plus simulcast racing from across the country.
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Mandatory Payouts Scheduled for Preakness Meet Finale Sunday
$483,561 Carryover Jackpot in Rainbow 6 for Friday’s Program Friday’s Jackpot Super High Five Carryover Stands at $459,622 Eight-Race
Trainer Nick Dilodovico: ‘There’s Still So Much to Learn’
Son of Damon Dilodovico Continuing Family Tradition BALTIMORE – Standing in the winner’s circle at historic Pimlico Race Course,
Live Racing Returns Friday with $483,561 Rainbow 6 Carryover
Friday’s Jackpot Super High Five Carryover Stands at $459,622 Eight-Race Card Opens Final Weekend of Pimlico’s Preakness Meet Star