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Topic - Maryland Racing Commission
The Maryland Racing Commission has approved an agreement to allow 146 racing days and keep the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore.
The Maryland Racing Commission has unanimously voted to reject plans for a shortened thoroughbred racing meet, jeopardizing the status of the Preakness, the second leg of the Triple Crown.