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Buy tickets for 2019 Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, MD on May 18, 2019 TBA local time. There are currently 1 Preakness Stakes events available for sale.

Preakness Stakes Tickets

The Preakness Stakes is one of the great American sporting events, having been contested since 1873. The Preakness Stakes is the second leg of the Triple Crown of horse racing and features some of the largest crowds in all of equestrian events. The Preakness is held two weeks after the Kentucky Derby and features the most prestigious three-year-old thoroughbreds in the world. The Preakness Stakes is often referred to as the Run for the Black-Eyed Susans, referring to the blanket of yellow flowers that is awarded to the winning horse. Pimlico is 1 and 3/16 miles long, making it the shortest of the Triple Crown events. Typically, the demand for Preakness Stakes tickets is incredibly high, with the hopes of a Triple Crown winner always alive coming off the Kentucky Derby. Preakness Stakes tickets are sold in different categories, with cheaper infield tickets available for cost-conscious fans, while more expensive open and covered bleachers are also available.

Preakness Stakes Tickets at Pimlico Race Course

The Preakness Stakes is contested annually at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. Pimlico is one of the most historic horse racing tracks in the world and has been the site of many of horseracing’s top moments over the last century-plus. Pimlico Race Course draws its name from a tavern many of the English settlers who developed the area had frequented in London. While Pimlico is the site of many fantastic horse races throughout the year, the track is never more alive than when the Preakness Stakes comes town, with more than 120,000 fans entering the stands for the race. The racetrack at Pimlico is 1 and 3/16 miles for the Preakness, making it the shortest of the three Triple Crown races.

Last updated: Oct 12 2018