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Inauguration tree climber Rives Grogan is no longer banned in D.C., with the exception of certain [...]

Remembering a Party Monster: Kegasus, 2011-2012

Pour out some Natty Boh, Preakness Stakes fans, because booze-soaked InfieldFest mascot Kegasus is no more:
Kegasus appears destined for the half-human, half-horse farm in the sky, as the Preakness Stakes will likely move away from the party animal brand.
While the centaur's demise isn't certain, the Baltimore Business Journal reports that he probably won't be back [...]

Photos: Preakness, Number 136

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Photo: Kegasus

Preakness 136, Baltimore, MD.  © 2011 Matt Dunn

Kegasus > Racing Presidents

One more reason Opening Day in Baltimore beat the crap outta Opening Day in D.C.: Kegasus went to Camden Yards!
More photos after the jump!
(Shots of Kegasus courtesy of the Maryland Jockey Club)

Preakness Introduces Kegasus, the Mascot of the Year!

Sure, horse racing has fallen a few furlongs behind the pack in our nation's pastimes pecking order.
But the Maryland Jockey Club, which runs Pimlico and Laurel Park and controls Thoroughbred racing in the state, is evidencing supreme self-awareness in the marketing campaign for the 136th running of the Preakness Stakes.
The group has just announced that [...]