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Preakness 2014

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Triple Chrome Bound - America's Best Racing

The Preakness Stakes showcases the many facets of horse racing that make the sport so great. The parties leading up to the event, the fashion, the live entertainment and revelry of the infield and a weekend of unbelievable racing make the Preakness a can't-miss event. This year's edition was extra special as Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome lived up to his billing as a dominant force in the 3-year-old division and left Baltimore with a shot to become U.S. Thoroughbred racing's 12th Triple Crown winner." America's Best Racing on YouTube

Preakness Video Replay

California Chrome is heading to Belmont with a shot to be the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978.

California Chrome on the cusp of history

Thirty-five years. That’s how long racing fans in America have waiting for a horse to sweep the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes en route to winning the Triple Crown.

Preakness Preview from Predicteform

A look at the Preakness from our friends at Predicteform.

Preakness Day Open Thread

It's time to get our Preak on. Or something like that.

Preakness 139 (California Chrome Does The Thing?)

Figure out the Preakness field this year. Maybe even win some money. Hopefully, you get to see it live. Don't spoil it for me, either, since I have all the weddings tomorrow. Seriously, congrats to Jason/Rachel and Kenny/Kim on their nuptials.

BES: Stopchargingmaria edges Vero Amore

Stopchargingmaria give trainer Todd Pletcher his fourth victory in the Black-Eyed Susan.

2014 Preakness: California Chrome's throat blister

Preakness favorite has throat blister. Horse racing fans everywhere speculate wildly about its possible impact.

2014 Preakness: The new shooters

The Preakness wouldn't be the Preakness without a handful of new shooters making their way into the field in an attempt to spoil the Derby winner's party.

Preakness payouts since 2000

A look at the payouts at the Preakness since the year 2000, along with a summary of how the betting favorite has performed during that same time frame.

Preakness: California Chrome 3/5 on ML

California Chrome looks to secure the second leg of the 2014 Triple Crown in the Preakness.

Post-Derby, pre-Preakness thoughts

California Chrome runs the Derby in 2:03.66. Everyone else runs it in about 2:04 or slower... and we're concerned, why?

Pedigree Profile: Social Inclusion

He missed out on the Derby, but can he make amends in Baltimore?

Pedigree Profile: Untapable

What a filly.