New storms expected, track them using the new turbocharged KFOR 4WarnMe app, download it here

Hall of famers team up to lead Oxbow to Preakness win

preak

Hall of fame jockey Gary Stevens rode “Oxbow” to a convincing win in the Preakness Stakes on Saturday in Baltimore, giving fellow Hall of Famer D. Wayne Lukas his 6th Preakness win as a trainer.

Kentucky Derby winner “Orb” was the odds-on 3-to-5 favorite, but got caught up in traffic on the back stretch, and couldn’t catch “Oxbow,” who became the first wire-to-wire winner of the Preakness since 1982. Stevens collected his third Preakness win, and his first since coming out a seven-year retirement. “Oxbow’s” win means for the 35th year in a row, there will not be a Triple Crown winner. The final leg of of the Triple Crown is in three weeks with the Belmont Stakes.