After an agonizing, nail-biting wait, the search is over: Kegasus is back. When the Maryland Jockey Club announced the headliners for this year’s Preakness InfieldFest, its officials evaded questions about the return of the beer-drinking centaur who was the mascot ...Read More »
Members of the International Brotherhood of Mythical Creatures are taking matters into their hands, hooves and paws. The group released a statement from the North Pole on Monday afternoon officially declaring Kegasus, Lord of the InfieldFest at the Preakness, is ...Read More »
Del. Pat McDonough, one of the most vocal Republican lawmakers in the Maryland General Assembly, announced Thursday morning his aspirations to higher office have expanded. McDonough, of Baltimore and Harford counties, said he would seek the GOP nomination to challenge ...
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This weekend, it’s going to be a little hard not to get your Preak on. Or hail Kegasus. Or whatever you really want to call it. Maryland’s Christmas of horse racing is in town this Saturday, and all eyes will be on Animal ...Read More »
The new mascot for the Preakness Stakes is drawing criticism. The Kegasus mascot introduced Tuesday is a half-man, half-horse horse centaur with a nipple ring and a beer gut. Kegasus urges those coming to infield at Pimlico Race Course for ...Read More »
Greek mythology buffs know Pegasus was the child of Poseidon and the gorgon Medusa. But Kegasus? Well, organizers of this year’s Preakness say the half-man, half-horse centaur just stepped into his man-stall after they organized an event so spectacular it ...Read More »