Sport: Winning Ways

No racing stable had ever had such a profitable day. At crowded Pimlico, to nobody's surprise, Calumet Farm's mahogany-colored Citation galloped off with the Preakness and $91,870. None of the five horses that had chased him in the Kentucky Derby bothered to try again.

Only one of the three new ones that went after second money ($20,000) got close enough to make it interesting. When Vulcan's Forge threatened to, Jockey Eddie Arcaro (TIME, May 17) gave Citation a couple of whacks. He paid 1 to 10, the minimum permitted under Maryland law.

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