Preakness may refer to:

  • Preakness Range, a range of the Watchung Mountains in northern New Jersey
  • Preakness, New Jersey, a section of Wayne in Passaic County, New Jersey
    • Preakness Stables, a former Thoroughbred horse racing stable located in the above section
      • Preakness (horse), a former American Thoroughbred racehorse from the above stable
  • Preakness Stakes, an American flat Thoroughbred horse race held in Baltimore, Maryland, named for the above horse

Other articles related to "preakness":

Joe Kelly (musician) - Preakness
... a string of 15-straight years calling the horses to the post for The Preakness Stakes at Pimlico in Maryland is one of those "horse stories." Pimlico Race Course General Manager Chick Lang, Jr ... requesting Kelly trumpet the horses to The Preakness for the second leg of racing's Triple Crown, but Kelly says Thayer told him, "you send me two $5,000 claimers and I'll ...
Big Brown - Three-year-old Campaign - 133rd Preakness Stakes
... On May 17, 2008, in his fifth race, the 2008 Preakness Stakes, Big Brown came from the seven post and won the second leg of the Triple Crown by 5 ¼ lengths over Macho Again, becoming the fourth horse to win ...
Summer Squall - 1990 Preakness Stakes
... Summer Squall won the Preakness Stakes by 21⁄2 lengths ... Unbridled, his 18 seconds for the final 3/16 of a mile was the fastest in Preakness history ...
Preakness, New Jersey
... Preakness is a section of Wayne located in Passaic County, New Jersey, United States ... The colt Preakness, for whom the Preakness Stakes Thoroughbred horse race at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland is named, was owned by Milton H ... Sanford's Preakness Stables located at the corner of Valley Road and Preakness Avenue ...
Sports In Baltimore
... The Preakness Stakes is a 1-3/16 mile (1.91 km) American Grade I stakes race for three-year-old thoroughbred horses, held on the third Saturday in May each year at ... The Preakness Stakes has been termed "The Run for the Black-Eyed Susans" because a blanket of Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta, the state flower of Maryland) is ... The Preakness is the second leg in American thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown series and almost always attracts the Kentucky Derby winner, and some of the other horses that ran in ...