Always Dreaming Latest Odds After Post Position Draw

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May/17/2017

Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming odds remained practically unchanged following Wednesday’s post position draw.  The price Wednesday evening was coming in at -130.

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Always Dreaming will break from Gate 4 and Classic Empire, with the 2nd shortest odds to win the 2017 Preakness Stakes, will start from Gate 5.

Always Dreaming trainer Todd Pletcher said of the post position:

“Like I said before, I wasn’t overly concerned about where we drew. He was 4 in the Florida Derby, 5 in the Kentucky Derby. He’s generally a very alert horse away from the gate. He’s a good horse standing in the gate. I guess if you were hand selecting wherever you drew maybe you’d like to be outside of Conquest Mo Money. As we know, in a lot of races things change as soon as the gates open. We’ll just let him run his race.

“I don’t think [Classic Empire being in Post 5] matters, as long as everybody breaks cleanly. I would imagine that Classic Empire is going to keep an eye on where we are. The first and second choices are side by side.”

Here are all your odds:

2017 Preakness Stakes Odds

 

American Odds

Fractional Odds

Always Dreaming

-130

10/13

Classic Empire

+300

3/1

Lookin At Lee

+1000

10/1

Cloud Computing

+1200

12/1

Conquest Mo Money

+1000

10/1

Gunnevera

+1500

15/1

Hence

+1500

15/1

Multiplier

+3000

30/1

Senior Investment

+3000

30/1

Term Of Art

+3000

30/1

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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