Bet on the 2013 Preakness Stakes takes place on Saturday with a Telecast on NBC from the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
Departing is a confirmed entry for the Preakness Stakes which will be run on Saturday, May 18 at the Pimlico Raceway at Baltimore with a telecast on NBC and an approximate post time of 6:15 PM ET.
Itsmyluckyday had a disappointing finish of 15th in the Kentucky Derby after building up quite a resume in pre Kentucky Derby races.
There will be many outstanding horses trying to deny Orb a shot at Triple Crown glory at the Saturday, May 18 Preakness Stakes and among them is Titletown Five, who is confirmed to enter the Preakness which will be telecast on NBC.
Goldencents is confirmed for a run in the Saturday, May 18 Preakness Stakes at the Pimlico Raceway in Baltimore, MD. NBC will televise this second leg of the Triple Crown series with a post time of approximately 6:15 PM ET.
Will Take Charge will try and rebound from a disappointing 8th place finish in the Kentucky Derby with a run at the Saturday, May 18 Preakness Stakes at the Pimlico Raceway in Baltimore, MD.
Oxbow has been confirmed to enter for the Saturday, May 18th, 2013 running of the Preakness Stakes after a 6th place finish at the Kentucky Derby.
Orb made an inspiring and powerful charge down the stretch to rip the Kentucky Derby away for an impressive win and a shot at the Triple Crown.
Lookin At Lucky rebounded from a disappointing run in the Kentucky Derby to win the second leg of the Triple Crown by capturing the Preakness Stakes at Baltimore’s Pimlico Race Course. Bob Baffert’s entry finally got a decent post position and responded well to a jockey change as Martin Garcia turned in a perfect ride. Lookin At Lucky won by three quarters of a length over second place First Dude, with Jackson Bend finishing third.
The Preakness Stakes is less than a week away, and horse race betting enthusiasts are still in the dark about which horses will run in the second leg of the Triple Crown. The field is developing in a similar fashion to the Kentucky Derby, with trainers and owners assessing their horses’ condition and form and deciding whether their best ‘career move’ is to participate in the 1 3/16 mile Grade 1 stakes event at Baltimore’s Pimlico Race Course or look elsewhere. The lineup for the Preakness is slowly beginning to take shape as the camps of several big name three year olds have made their plans known.