Sagamore Racing horses to watch:
Are you ready for the 142nd Preakness Stakes? The weather forecast looks promising, which means fans will have plenty of opportunities when it comes to fashion. Check out The Baltimore Sun‘s feature highlighting Preakness fashion at Sagamore Farm for inspiration.
Photos courtesy of The Baltimore Sun
The New York Times featured our team in Remaking Baltimore’s Waterfront, With a Splash of Whiskey: “Rising high above the new Sagamore Spirit distillery in South Baltimore is a white water tower with three maroon diamonds on each side, a nod to the jockey silks of the thoroughbred farm that provides the spring water for the company’s rye whiskey.” Read more here.
Hunter also joined WJZ‘s Linh and Marty for “Coffee With.” Watch both clips below:
Sagamore Spirit is the official whiskey of Preakness this year, so be sure to enjoy a Black Eyed Rye or Ginger N Rye at Pimlico this weekend. If you share a photo using #SpiritOfSagamore while you savour your rye and celebrate, you have a chance to win our photo contest. Find out more here.
Join in on the fun this week! Here’s a snapshot of festivities:
- 4th Annual America’s Best Racing Pre-Preakness Party presented by Sagamore Racing
- Wednesday, May 17 at 7:00pm
- Tickets are $10 and include access to the Sky Bar, one complimentary drink ticket, early bird complimentary snack platters, and entry into the drawing to win tickets to the Preakness Stakes.
- Proceeds from the silent auction benefit the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance.
Thanks to everyone who helped us raise $3,000 for Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance!
Photos courtesy of America’s Best Racing
- Preakness Stakes Viewing Party at Ryleigh’s Oyster Hunt Valley
- Saturday, May 20 at 4:00pm
- Come enjoy a free event with Maryland proud specials, an audience awarded prize for best race day attire, Sagamore Rye, live music on the deck following the race, and more!
Listen to our Fast Horses, Slow Whiskey podcast episode previewing the middle (and our favorite) leg of the Triple Crown with Pimlico track announcer Dave Rodman and horse racing advocate Dan Tordjman of America’s Best Racing.