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Sports fans, another week has come and gone. As May reaches the mid-way point, seniors at Lincoln County High School are officially off-campus and are eagerly awaiting this coming Saturday.
On an overcast and rainy Saturday afternoon at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore for the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes, a 3-year-old bay colt named Oxbow erased the cautious hopes of horse racing fans clinging to the idea of a Triple Crown, which would have been the sport's first since Affirmed did it in 1978.
At 77, Antigo native D. Wayne Lukas proved he's still got plenty of horsepower. Lukas and jockey Gary Stevens, who recently came out of retirement at 50 years old, teamed up to guide Oxbow to an upset win in the Preakness Stakes Saturday in Baltimore, Md.
If you hadn't notice already, Horse Racing sometimes is full of disappointments.
The Kentucky Derby has come and gone hopefully with your winner! Now we are awaiting the Preakness Stakes.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa speaks in March during the unveiling of the north concourse and three gates of the new Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX.
Today, the eyes of the sports world turn to Maryland-Pimlico to be exact. The 138th Preakness Stakes highlights Preakness Saturday in Baltimore, as Orb seeks the second leg of the Triple Crown toward the end of a day featuring one of the city's biggest parties of the year: InfieldFest.
Despite the fact that the Preakness brought in the fourth-largest crowd on record, it was far from a failure.
Horse racing came up in conversation. Rather than talking about the Preakness Stakes, Craig and Michelle decide to talk about horse anatomy Below you can listen to - and download - all of the memorable audio from today's edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
With a 77-year-old trainer in D. Wayne Lukas and a 50-year-old jockey in Gary Stevens, the three-year-old colt showed it's never too late to enjoy success in sports.
It was another disappointing Saturday for the sport of horse racing. Orb, the Kentucky Derby champion, never really challenged in the Preakness Stakes .
Oxbow, a 15-1 longshot, went nearly wire-to-wire to win the 138th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday giving trainer D. Wayne Lukas the all-time lead in Triple Crown race victories with 14.
View full sizeMylute gets a pre-Derby workout under Rosie Napravnik.Churchill Downs/Reed Palmer In her first Preakness Stakes Rosie Napravnik finished third aboard Mylute.
Listen up people, Charmin is tired of skidmards. So tired that the brand created this "Stop Skidmarks" campaign at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Skyring upsets the Grade 2, $300,000 Longines Dixie Stakes at Pimlico on the Preakness undercard on May 18, 2013.