Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Triple Crown racing schedule has completely changed from the order we are all used to.
The first race that took place was the Belmont bet. The next one, which is usually the first, will be the 2020 Kentucky Derby, which will be held on September 5.
And the last gem will be the race that would normally run like the second of three in the Triple Crown: the Preakness.
The competition was traditionally held on the third Saturday in May, originally scheduled for Saturday, May 16, 2020, at the Pimlico Race Course, but here is the information you need for the 2020 edition.
When is 2020 Preakness?
We are on Saturday, October 3. Discount Preakness Stakes Tickets are available at Tickets4race.
Will fans be allowed in?
It has not yet been announced. But we do know that InfieldFest 2020 has been canceled.
Who could run on it?
This will also be announced at a later date, but one would think that Tiz the Law, who won the 2020 Belmont Stakes, could be part of it if he is competing for a triple crown. Of course, that would force him to win the Kentucky Derby 2020.