2019 Preakness Results and Payouts (Updated: Exacta, Trifecta & Superfecta)

Official 2019 Preakness Results and Payouts (updated)

If you are reading this the 2019 Preakness Stakes just ended and you are looking for the results and payouts and whether you hit a score (or what score you just missed). This is the second leg of the Triple Crown will be held on May 18, 2019, from Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. The Preakness is for three-year-old thoroughbreds and has a distance of ​1 3⁄16 miles (1.9 km) with a purse of $1.5 million. Below you will find the three best sources with direct links to horse racing results.

Sources for 2019 Preakness Stakes Results and Payouts

Pimlico (Home of the Preakness)

Equibase (Official Supplier of Racing Information and Statistics to America’s Best Racing, Breeders’ Cup, Daily Racing Form, NTRA, The Jockey Club, TRA, TVG and XpressBet)

Daily Racing Form (123-year old flagship brand Daily Racing Form, is referred to as “America’s Turf Authority since 1894”, and is horse racing’s dominant media company)

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Last year the payouts were:

Fun Facts: The first race ever at Pimlico Race Course when it opened in 1870 was won by a horse named Preakness and in 1873 Maryland Governor Oden Bowie named the race for three-year-olds the Preakness Stakes.

Fun Facts: The biggest long shot to ever win the race was Master Derby at 23-1 in 1975.

Fun Facts: Going into today the favorite has won the race 72 of the 142 races.

How many horses have won the Triple Crown? 12. American Pharoah the most recent in 2015. Sir Barton (1919), Gallant Fox (1930), Omaha (1935), War Admiral (1937), Whirlaway (1941), Count Fleet (1943), Assault (1946), Citation (1948), Secretariat (1973), Seattle Slew (1977) and Affirmed (1978).

The second leg of the Triple Crown post positions, horses, jockeys for today’s 144th Preakness Stakes:

1. War of Will, Tyler Gaffalione
2. Bourbon War, Irad Ortiz Jr.
3. Warrior’s Charge, Javier Castellano
4. Improbable, Mike Smith
5. Owendale, Florent Geroux
6. Market King, Jon Court
7. Alwaysmining, Daniel Centeno
8. Signalman, Brian Hernandez Jr.
9. Bodexpress, John Velazquez
10. Everfast, Joel Rosario
11. Laughing Fox, Ricardo Santana Jr.
12. Anothertwistafate, Jose Ortiz
13. Win Win Win, Julian Pimentel

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