Great news, everyone. I tracked down
You might have heard that the world will start to come to an end sometime before
“Oh, no. There is no worshipping whatsoever involved in the epic partying and joyous celebration of InfieldFest,” Kegasus explained as sweat ran down his ample bosom. “I am simply the lord and protector of all those who attempt and truly achieve legendary status at InfieldFest. I wouldn’t call it worshipping at all. If anything, I worship not only the InfieldFest and all of its attendees, but the Preakness, all three jewels of the
Kegasus, whose existence at this event ruffled the feathers of traditionalists who believe the Maryland Jockey Club's spokescentaur sent mixed messages about alcohol consumption, said he has been treated well by folks in the Infield. Every time I saw him he was posing for photos or chatting with racegoers.
But what will happen to those in the Infield if the world does start to come to its end before the race?