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A Preakness fan with her hat covered with old tickets and newspaper clippings. The oldest I can read is from 1995.

2007 Preakness Miscellaneous Photos

Date: 05/21/2007

There was lots going on at Pimlico on Preakness day other than the races. There were special tributes to Barbaro, parachute jumps, the Thunderbirds flying over, the Budweiser Clydesdales, and more. Here is a selection of photos from the day for your enjoyment. Just click the smaller one to see a bigger version.

The Pimlico grandstand on Preakness day.  
 
The Maryland National Guard carries over the Woodlawn Vase and the Preakness trophies before the race. The blanket of Black-Eyed Susan's and the bouquets for the winner get carried across as well.
 
Preakness winner Curlin starts his walk over from the Stakes Barn to get saddled for the Preakness The 1 horse, Mint Slewlep, gets checked by the horse identifier before the Preakness
 
The Budweiser Clydesdales paraded down the stretch between races on Preakness day. The US Air Force Thunderbirds did a formation fly-by as part of the entertainment.
 
The paratroopers present the Barbaro flag carried down in their jump to the Jacksons The Jacksons in the winners' circle after the first running of the Barbaro Stakes (formerly the Sir Barton).
 
A Barbaro fan in the stands Some of the owners of Flashy Bull who won the William Donald Schaefer Handicap with their trophy after the race.
 
One of the paratroopers who performed for the crownd carried down the Barbaro silks flag that was presented to Jacksons in one of the earlier photos. Because of the wind, the paratroopers had more problems than usual on Preakness day. The one carrying the Barbaro flag landed in the infield as did an earlier one.
 
This paratrooper managed to push off the outer rail of the turf course so he landed correctly on the grass. The horses break from the gate for the William Donald Schaefer Handicap on Preakness day.

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