Senator Ken Maddy
E.P. Taylor Day
Autumn Miss Stakes
Drawing the posts for the Preakness.
Always Dreaming made dreams come true by winning the 2017 Kentucky Derby as the lukewarm favorite, and now he will go on on to the $1 million Preakness Stakes (G1) on May 20 to see if he can win the second jewel of the Triple Crown. Just 9 others are going to take him on in this 1 3/16 mile trip over the Baltimore track on Saturday afternoon. Always Dreaming as expected is the 4-5 morning line favorite, winner of the Florida Derby (G1) and the Kentucky Derby (G). In to challenge him include 3-1 second choice Classic Empire, 4th in the Derby after winning the Arkansas Derby (G1), and 10-1 third choice Lookin at Lee, runner-up in the Derby.
The race will be televised live on NBC Saturday afternoon starting at 5pm with coverage of the earlier races on the card on NBCSN starting at 2:30pm. Black-Eyed Susan day will be televised starting at 3pm on NBCSN. You can get free past performances for the Preakness from BRISnet.com.
Be sure to click the link on each horse's name to view full info, stats, and a photo.
|1||Multiplier||Brendan Walsh||3.67||Joel Rosario||30-1|
|2||Cloud Computing||Chad Brown||3.36||Javier Castellano||12-1|
|3||Hence||Steve Asmussen||3.31||Florent Geroux||20-1|
|4||Always Dreaming||Todd Pletcher||5.00||John Velazequez||4-5|
|5||Classic Empire||Mark Casse||5.00||Julien Leparoux||3-1|
|6||Gunnevera||Antonio Sano||2.00||Mike Smith||15-1|
|7||Term of Art||Doug O'Neill||2.60||Jose Ortiz||30-1|
|8||Senior Investment||Ken McPeek||3.00||Channing Hill||30-1|
|9||Lookin at Lee||Steve Asmussen||3.40||Corey Lanerie||10-1|
|10||Conquest Mo Money||Miguel Hernandez||2.33||Jorge Carreno||15-1|
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