Triple Crown Betting: Preakness Stakes Odds and Predictions

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May/18/2017

The 2017 Preakness Stakes is Race 13 on Saturday’s Pimlico race card. The Preakness is the Second Jewel of Horse Racing’s Triple Crown. Always Dreaming is the 4/5 morning line favorite.

It’s a good idea for online bookies to know where the money is going in the May 20 Preakness Stakes.

That’s why the race has been handicapped for horses that can hurt an agent’s sportsbook in the win, place, and show slots. Before getting into that, check out the odds to win.

Preakness Stakes Odds

1-Multiplier                             30/1

2-Cloud Computing                12/1

3-Hence                                   20/1

4-Always Dreaming                4/5

5-Classic Empire                    3/1

6-Gunnevera                           15/1

7-Term of Art                          30/1

8-Senior Investment                30/1

9-Lookin At Lee                      10/1

10-Conquest Mo Money          15/1

Win:  2-Cloud Computing 12/1

Pay per head agents must pay attention to wagers placed on Cloud Computing at 12 to 1 to win the Preakness Stakes.

His off odds, his odds at the time betting is closed and the gates open, could be anywhere from 9 to 1 to 15 to 1.

The best way to ensure that profit is made on the Preakness is to set max betting limits on all horses. You really want to set max betting limits on Cloud Computing at 12 to 1.

What makes Cloud Computing a great bet to win the Preakness? He’s trained by Chad Brown, the 2016 Eclipse Award Winner for Outstanding Trainer. Brown kept Cloud Computing on the bench for the Derby to prepare the equine for a run in the Preakness.

Place: 10-Conquest Mo Money 15/1

There’s a chance that Always Dreaming and Classic Empire get into a huge battle along the backstretch. Both horses have an alpha dog mentality.

They could end up not paying attention to the cues from their jockeys while they try to beat each other up.

If that happens, Conquest Mo Money can steal the race on the front end. Even if he ends up losing, Conquest Mo Money could do enough to finish second.

Once again, pay per head agents must pay attention to the max betting limits. A $200 wager on Conquest Mo Money to place, to finish second, could yield $800 in profit on Saturday.

It could yield more if horseplayers don’t believe that Conquest Mo Money has any shot to finish second.

Show:  1-Multiplier 30/1

Jockey Joel Rosario takes the call. Rosario is going to use post-position 1 to his advantage.

What he’s going to do is get Multiplier into a great position, save a ton of ground, and then pull Multiplier out for a run to the wire.

The Illinois Derby has a great chance of finishing third in the Preakness Stakes. Before per head agents right off max betting limits on a horse to finish third, remember that Battle of Midway finished third in the Derby two weeks ago.

Battle of Midway paid $20.80 for a $2 bet to finish third in the Derby. Max betting limits must be in place on all horses to finish first, second, or third, in the Preakness Stakes.

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