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Local favorite Tiz the Law primed for Belmont Stakes

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In this May 18, 2019, file photo, jockey John Velazquez tumbles to the track after falling off Bodexpress (9) as the field breaks from the starting gate in the 144th Preakness Stakes horse race at Pimlico race course in Baltimore. War of Will, far right, ridden Tyler Gaffalione won the race. A person with knowledge of negotiations tells The Associated Press the Maryland Jockey Club and NBC Sports have set aside three possible dates for the running of the next Preakness. (AP Photo/Nick Wass) ** FILE **

Preakness sets aside three dates for rescheduled race

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The field in race five race at the Addington Raceway in Christchurch, New Zealand, Thursday, May 28, 2020. New Zealand's financially troubled horse racing industry has reopened Thursday after being shuttered for weeks because of the coronavirus outbreak, leading the return of organized sports as the nation moves toward normality. A harness racing meeting which took place without fans at the Addington racecourse in Christchurch was the first since New Zealand went into strict lockdown on March 24. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

Horse racing returns in New Zealand as lockdown eases

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In this April 8, 2020, file photo, an empty Parkview Field minor league baseball stadium is shown in downtown Fort Wayne, Ind. Unlike the NFL, NBA or Major League Baseball that can run on television revenue, it's impossible for some minor sports leagues in North America to go on in empty stadiums and arenas in light of the coronavirus pandemic. These attendance-driven leagues might not play again at all in 2020, putting some teams in danger of surviving at all and potentially changing the landscape of minor league sports in the future. (Mike Moore/The Journal-Gazette via AP) ** FILE **

The Latest: NBA reminding teams players overseas can return

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