142nd Preakness Stakes Odds from Pimlico

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2017 Preakness Results and Payouts

Below you will find updated 2017 Preakness Stakes Odds from Pimlico Race Course (Baltimore, Maryland). Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming is a huge favorite at 5/9, follow by Classic Empire at 2/1.The Preakness will be broadcast by NBC starting at 5 PM EDT.

2017 Preakness Stakes Odds

Always Dreaming 5/9
Classic Empire 2/1
Lookin At Lee 12/1
Cloud Computing 15/2
Conquest Mo Money 13/2
Gunnevera 5/1
Hence 5/1
Multiplier 12/1
Senior Investment 38/1
Term Of Art 38/1

Did you know? Opening day at Pimlico Race Course in 1870 featured the Dinner Party Stakes that was won by a horse named Preakness.  The first official Preakness was won by Survivor by 10 lengths.

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Preakness Predictions

List of Triple Crown Winners
*Win the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes

Year Horse
1919 Sir Barton
1930 Gallant Fox
1935 Omaha
1937 War Admiral
1941 Whirlaway
1943 Count Fleet
1946 Assault
1948 Citation
1973 Secretariat
1977 Seattle Slew
1978 Affirmed
2015 American Pharoah

Did you know? The Preakness has been run at seven different distances:

1 1⁄2 miles (2.41 km) : 1873–1888, 1890
1 1⁄4 miles (2.01 km) : 1889
1 1⁄16 miles (1.71 km) : 1894–1900, 1908
1 mile 70 yards (1.67 km) : 1901–1907
1 mile (1.61 km) : 1909, 1910
1 1⁄8 miles (1.81 km) : 1911–1924
1 3⁄16 miles (1.91 km) : 1925–present

142nd Preakness Stakes Preview and Predictions

Direct from Las Vegas, WagerTalk TV host Marco D’Angelo (@MarcoInVegas) and special guest Matthew Holt (@MatthewHoltVP) Vice President of Business Development from CG look at the 2017 Preakness Stakes and give their preview and predictions from a handicapping perspective.