What Will the Payout Be If Hence Wins the Preakness Stakes?

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May/17/2017

The payout on Hence winning this year’s Preakness Stakes would be $150 for every $10 bet or $1500 for every $100 bet.

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Hence started from one of the most favorable positions at this year’s Kentucky Derby but still managed to finish 11th.  Whether the muddy track had an impact, we may never know.  His previous start was a 1st place finish in the Sunland Derby but prior to that finished 7th at the Southwest Stakes.  These were both Grade 3 races.  Consistency does not appear to be Hence’s strong suit.

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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