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Telling the history of horse racing business in Maryland

Before we can get to where the horse racing industry is headed under a new directive from Annapolis we must first figure out how we got here. Telling the history of Maryland horse racing and the horsemen with Alan Foreman and David Richardson on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Greenmount Bowl in Hampstead.

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What is next for Preakness, Pimlico and Maryland horse racing?

In an industry that has been famously and dangerously slow to change, the future of the Maryland Jockey Club, Preakness, Pimlico and Laurel is about to change dramtically and forever. Nestor had a lot of questions – and historical perspective – for David Richardson and Alan Foreman, who try to answer all of the mystery surrounding the Stronach family, the local tracks and the future of the second crown of horse racing’s Triple Crown at Old Hilltop in Baltimore.

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Calling all of the big ones calls Collmus back home to West Baltimore for Preakness 149

If you love old Pimlico or know anything about Maryland horse racing, you know that legendary track announcer Larry Collmus is a Mount St. Joe boy. But, Nestor needed to know the rest of the story and further extended the legend of the great Clem Florio, who rides every race with the Triple Crown voice of the racing gods.

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Baffert returns to Baltimore Positive and Preakness looking for ninth Woodlawn Vase

Legendary horse racing trainer Bob Baffert returns to Baltimore and Pimlico with two horses and crack at ninth Preakness win. Will Muth or Imagination win the 149th running of the second leg of the Triple Crown at Old Hilltop on Saturday? Baffert makes his annual stop on Nestor’s show from California for an update on his stable and situation after not being allowed to run for the roses in Kentucky.

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The magic of Kentucky Derby, presence of Baffert and Preakness 149 preview with Donna Brothers

Donna Brothers of NBC Sports makes her annual visit to Baltimore Positive, discussing at length the Baffert and Churchill drama and previewing all of the connections and stories of Preakness 149 at Pimlico with Nestor.

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Kenny Rice: Finding the best future for Preakness and horse racing industry

A pleasure to spend time with visiting NBC Sports horse racing insider Kenny Rice, who discusses all aspects of Preakness 149 and where the industry is with Bob Baffert headed back to Baltimore trying to beat the Kentucky Derby champion Mystik Dan.

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Getting ready for the World Famous Annual Crab Derby at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market

We’ll be back at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market doing the show every Friday during Orioles season but there’s only one annual event that makes Preakness week complete: Crab Derby! See you on Wednesday downtown. Come see how spectacular the new “stall” is on Paca Street and enjoy a crab cake and a beer before heading to Camden Yards.

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Jerardi: A Fierce run for the roses and what’s next for Preakness

Our oldest media pal Dick Jerardi joins Nestor to discuss Kentucky Derby fave Fierceness and the future of Preakness in Baltimore. Oh, and everything you ever wanted to know about the Beyer Speed Number. Get educated and caught up on the horse racing world as we run for the roses in Louisville on Saturday.

The future of Maryland racing and Preakness explained fully by David Richardson and Alan Foreman

In an industry that has been famously and dangerously slow to change, the future of the Maryland Jockey Club, Preakness, Pimlico and Laurel is about to change dramtically and forever. Nestor had a lot of questions – and historical perspective – for David Richardson and Alan Foreman, who try to answer all of the mystery surrounding the Stronach family, the local tracks and the future of the second crown of horse racing’s Triple Crown at Old Hilltop in Baltimore.

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Let’s talk 40 years of Pimlico and Preakness weekend memories

There’s only one guest who has joined Nestor for 31 years of Preakness week previews and handicapping every one of them. Our dear friend Dick Jerardi (formerly of Towson) ran off to Philadelphia from The News American and Sportsf1rst in 1984 and never came back – except for the third Saturday of May. A view from high above Pimlico from two guys who have seen it all at Old Hilltop.

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The realities of Maryland racing after the Preakness

Frank Vespe of The Racing Biz brings Nestor the same great inside information that WNST-AM 1570 listeners are treated to every Saturday morning from 10-11 a.m. With another Preakness coming (and going), here are some realities of the Triple Crown and the horse racing industry that can’t be ignored.

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