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Thursday Morning Headlines: Delegates Preliminarily Approve Paid Sick Leave Bill; Baltimore County Urges Pet Owners to Spay, Neuter Animals; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, Mar 02, 2017 7:24am

Baltimore turns to a life-saving opioid overdose antidote, but it’s no cure for the crisis – PBS NewsHour

Baltimore County working to control pet population – WBAL-TV

Yes, Chef: Two nights of the kitchen life at The Brewer’s Art – City Paper

Maryland House gives preliminary approval to paid sick leave bill – Fox45

Pugh: State aid will be needed for Pimlico overhaul – BBJ

Culture, Featured, Lifeline

Post-Preakness: Horse Racing and Loving Horses

0 Written by: | Monday, May 23, 2016 7:56am

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Photo via preakness.com

By post time Pimlico Race Course had been downgraded to “sloppy.” It was a day of steady rain. Coming off the infield, the boots of the party kids were covered in mud. Hat feathers drooped. Women’s lace gloves — the revival of an 80s-esque Madonna trend? I hope so! — were spangled with raindrops.

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Featured, Lifeline

The Future of Pimlico (and the Preakness) Is in Question

4 Written by: | Friday, Mar 11, 2016 10:10am

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The Preakness Stakes, one of the three races that makes up horse racing’s Triple Crown, has been held at Baltimore’s Pimlico Race Course for 140 years. But that might soon change. Read More →

Catch of the Day

Get a Free American Pharoah T-Shirt at Pimlico’s Belmont Watch Party

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 03, 2015 2:00pm

track_Pimlicocatch of the day fish (2)After triumphing in the Preakness, American Pharoah is set to run for the Triple Crown on Saturday up in New York. It also happens to be Pimlico’s last day of live racing this season, which is as good a reason as any to throw a party. Read More →

Featured, Lifeline

D.C. Writer Wants to Move Preakness Closer to D.C.

0 Written by: | Monday, May 11, 2015 3:09pm

track_PimlicoThe Preakness is this weekend, meaning horse racing media will descend on Baltimore, along with the rest of the sport’s A-listers. Andrew Beyer is one such scribe. Though the longtime Washington Post columnist’s journey isn’t very far, he’s apparently tired of making the trip. Read More →

Culture, Lifeline

California Chrome’s Biggest Threat Has the Best Horse Name Ever

0 Written by: | Friday, May 16, 2014 10:15am

Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome is the odds-on favorite to win the 139th Preakness Stakes. His odds are 3-5! If he wins the Preakness, he’ll be on track to be the first triple-crown winner in 36 years. And that would certainly be something. But if I’m putting money on the race, I’m betting on California Chrome’s toughest competitor, because it seems like the only moral choice.

His odds are only 5-1, but his name is Social Inclusion, and that’s good enough for me. I know that race horses are known for having strange names, but this guy might as well be called It’s Not Whether You Win or Lose, It’s How You Play the Game. And when you put Social Inclusion against California Chrome, it’s easy to tell who is the cocky villain with the flashy looks and who is the underdog with nothing but heart in this Hollywood sports narrative. Read More →

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Area Restaurants Horse Around with Preakness’s Black-Eyed Susan

0 Written by: | Tuesday, May 13, 2014 10:30am

The black-eyed Susan recipe, from the horse's mouth!

The black-eyed Susan has been the Preakness’s signature cocktail for 40 years now, but it has yet to get any real respect. It might have been that the focus on achieving a “pale yellow color” during its conception or that the drink “has no roots in classical mixology.” Whatever the reason, the drink has been under attack since it was first introduced, and its recipe has been accordingly tweaked and retooled.

Currently, the Preakness’s advertises the official black-eyed Susan as consisting of vodka, elderflower liqueur, pineapple juice, orange juice, and lime juice, but at various times in the drink’s history you might have found rum, whiskey, bourbon, peach schnapps, sour mix, and/or orange liqueur in there. Read More →

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Culture, Featured

Baltimore Female Jockey Forest Boyce Builds on Success, Eyes Black-Eyed Susan and Preakness Races

2 Written by: | Monday, May 12, 2014 12:15pm

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Forest Boyce. Photo by Ignacio Correas

In just five years, Baltimore born and bred jockey Forest Boyce has established herself as a contender in the competitive sport of flat racing. Last year, she ranked seventh in local standings with 57 wins. With the Preakness approaching, she’s eyeing the stakes races, hoping for mounts on both Black Eyed Susan and Preakness days. Read More →

Catch of the Day

Networking Gala and Luncheon for Women

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Apr 29, 2014 1:00pm

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catch of the day fish (2)Ever since Lean In became a bestseller, the bar has been raised for women who fancy themselves business-minded go-getters. We’ve now got some good language and tools to help women make a go of it in the business world, and thankfully, we’ve also got fabulous events like the Women in Business Networking Gala and Luncheon to be held at Pimlico on Friday, May 16th. The actual lunch begins at 12:00 noon and tickets include the Networking Event, Luncheon, Afternoon Tea, Clubhouse Parking, Concourse Seat, Live Thoroughbred Racing, Infield Festival & Concert and Cash Bar. If this is what business networking looks like, sign us up! Read More →

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Wine & Horse Racing This Weekend at Decanter

0 Written by: | Friday, Apr 11, 2014 11:37am

Watch and bet on live turf and dirt horse racing while sipping on some of the state’s best wines at the 4th Annual Decanter: A Celebration of Maryland Wine and Racing set to take place on April 12-13 at the Pimlico Race Course (5201 Park Heights Ave.) from 12 pm – 6 pm both days.  The event, sponsored by the Maryland Wineries Association in conjunction with the Maryland Jockey Club, allows guests to sample wine from over 20 Maryland wineries, browse wine and equine focused art and crafts, listen to live music, dine on local fare and experience live horse racing from the prestigious Second Floor Grandstand area. Read More →

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