Pimlico_Oldhilltop

For those of you who don’t know, my beloved Pimlico is in danger of being shuttered forever. The venue is in need of some major renovations, and its owner (The Stronarch Group), Baltimore City, and the state of Maryland aren’t exactly sure what to do about it just yet, (although studies are being conducted). I’m[…]

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Lani the Legend

If you’ve been following the Triple Crown campaign, then you’ve heard of Lani, the gorgeous grey with a mind of his own! He was born in Kentucky, but trains in Japan where he is a star. Lani is my spirit animal, and I wish I could be more like him. If Lani doesn’t want to[…]

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Book Review: Funny Cide

How a Horse, a Trainer, a Jockey, and a Bunch of High School Buddies Took on the Sheiks and Bluebloods…and Won The story of Funny Cide, written by Sally Jenkins, is very reminiscent to the story of Seabiscuit: had this horse not found this particular trainer, these owners, and this jockey, he, most likely, would[…]

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Pimlico

Last Friday my husband and I went to Pimlico for the Black Eyed Susan Stakes. Unfortunately, we had some conflicts again this year and could not attend Preakness on Saturday. James was really ticked off because he suffers from FOMO (Fear of Missing Out!) and wanted to go and hang out with our friends who[…]

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Preakness Style

My husband and I are ordering our tickets to Black Eyed Susan Day today, so I have Preakness on my mind. Unfortunately, we have a scheduling conflict and will most likely not be able to attend on Preakness Saturday – such a bummer! In the meantime, I wanted to share my thoughts on Preakness Style.[…]

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Get Your Preak On

Get Your Preak On was the slogan for Preakness in 2010…I thought it rocked. They should bring it back, and kick Kegasus to the curb. Anyway, I attended my 5th Preakness this year and had the best time. As mentioned in a previous post, I attended Black Eyed Susan Day the day before, so I[…]

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