Preakness betting slip and beer

While work crews clean the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCUL000054" title="Pimlico Race Course" href="/topic/sports/horse-racing/pimlico-race-course-ORCUL000054.topic">Pimlico Race Course</a> infield of debris left by the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVSPR000062" title="Preakness Stakes" href="/topic/sports/horse-racing/preakness-stakes-EVSPR000062.topic">Preakness</a> crowd, a crushed beer can sits next to a losing betting slip with favored horse #6 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008264" title="Barbaro" href="/topic/sports/barbaro-PESPT008264.topic">Barbaro</a>, who was injured shortly after the start of the race. Despite valiant efforts to save the horse, it was later euthanized.

( Baltimore Sun photo by John Makely / May 21, 2006 )

While work crews clean the Pimlico Race Course infield of debris left by the Preakness crowd, a crushed beer can sits next to a losing betting slip with favored horse #6 Barbaro, who was injured shortly after the start of the race. Despite valiant efforts to save the horse, it was later euthanized.

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