Tickets Available For Pre-Preakness Party

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Tickets for the ninth annual ABR Pre-Preakness Party, to be held Wednesday, May 15, at the Mt. Washington Tavern in Baltimore, are now available.

Tickets for the event are $35 online or $40 at the door and includes one complimentary drink ticket, complimentary snack platters and access to racing personalities and handicapping experts

Registration is also open for the silent auction held in conjunction with the event which benefits the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. Proceeds from the Pre-Preakness Party will benefit Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and The Jockey Club Safety Net Foundation. The event will also strive to raise awareness for a new event partner, the Ed Brown Society, which celebrates the rich history of African-Americans in the equine industry and creates opportunities for young people of color to gain industry exposure. Sponsored by the Honorable Earle I. Mack and Lael Stables, the Pre-Preakness Party is one of the most anticipated events of Preakness week.

“I am pleased to support an event that aims to holistically better our sport of horse racing, which gives us so much joy and pleasure,” said Mack. “Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance's accreditation program is integral to ensure our horses are cared for after working hard for us on the racetrack. The Safety Net Foundation, in helping the humans who make up the sport, truly lives up to its name. America's Best Racing serves to grow the sports fan base. The Ed Brown Society celebrates and creates opportunities for a more racially diverse racing community. Many causes, all of them good!”

The silent auction is one of the main attractions of the Pre-Preakness Party. Auction items will be on display on site, but bidding can also be done remotely. The auction will open May 13 and will close promptly at the conclusion of the party May 15 at 9:30 p.m. ET.

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