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Exaggerator had odds priced slightly higher than EVEN at -110 to win this weekend’s Belmont Stakes with some fresh legs facing the Preakness Stakes winner.
What could have been an exciting 2016 Belmont Stakes may be a bit of a dud without the matchup between Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist and Preakness Stakes victor Exaggerator.
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Exaggerator has won the 2016 Preakness Stakes. Finishing 2nd was Cherry Wine and 3rd was Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist. The pace was very fast.
While a number of race books had slashed Stradivari to 3-1, current afternoon odds at Bookmaker still had him paying out $70 for every $10 bet should he win.
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At the time this was going to press we were not yet sure of a repeat of last year’s Triple Crown win that helps prompt addition attention to the third leg Belmont Stakes. Nevertheless, bookies will want to offer Belmont Stakes betting to their clients including exactas, trifectas and futures.
Nyquist ran well on the fast muddy track of Churchill Downs and now he’s ready for another sloppy track in which his handlers feel another splendid performance is in order.
Exaggerator had morning odds cut from 3-1 to +266 at BetDSI.com. Exaggerator is viewed as the best of the mudders, those that can run well on a sloppy track...
Gambling911.com has your 2016 Preakness Stakes odds with Nyquist still the favorite, paying slightly less than EVEN odds with a win.
Lots of folks seem to like the prospect of Exaggerator running well on a muddy Preakness Stakes track but little attention has been paid to Cherry Wine, a 33-1 long shot.
"I'll be one of the few people doing a rain dance," Cherry Wine's trainer Dale Romans said.
Perhaps it’s a forecast calling for rain or his solid second place finish in the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago but it is Exaggerator at just shy of 3-1 odds seeing the most public love heading into Saturday morning.
Gambling911.com has your 2016 Preakness Stakes overnight odds with Nyquist still the favorite at -157 and, as expected, Exaggerator seeing a slight reduction.
Alaska is one of about a dozen jurisdictions that are not permitted to wager on this year’s Preakness Stakes but they are more than welcome to do so at BetPhoenix, which is offering the best rebate program on the Net – 15 percent on weekly losses back.
At -160, Nyquist value has come down somewhat in light of Saturday’s forecast calling for rain and a muddy track. Can the favorite to win this year’s Preakness Stakes run in the mud?
Abiding Star had 30-1 odds of winning Saturday’s Preakness. This would result in a $300 payout for every $10 bet with a victory.
We are just a day out from the 2016 Preakness Stakes with a 90 percent chance of rain to fall from approximately 8 am until 4 pm with an inch likely. The result will be a muddy track that most favors Exaggerator at 3-1 odds.
While Xpressbet seemingly allows customers to bet on the Preakness Stakes, Kentucky Derby, Breeders Cup and other big horse racing events from the state of Pennsylvania, most living there can’t take advantage.
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Dysfunctional Preakness entrant Lani, the Japanese horse that finished poorly at this year’s Kentucky Derby, was coming in at 30-1 long odds to win Saturday’s race.
Laoban had payout odds of 30-1 to win the Preakness 2016. $300 would be paid out for every $10 bet with a victory.
As we inch closer to Saturday’s Preakness Stakes race, the weather picture is getting much clearer with rain almost guaranteed.
The best mudder for what should be a soaked 2016 Preakness Stakes track is Exaggerator, whose odds were showing signs of dipping below 3-1.
Exaggerator appeared to relish the mud winning the Santa Anita Derby earlier in the year.
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Awesome Speed payout odds were set at 30-1, starting from the number four post position. The payout would be $300 for every $10 bet.
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There is a great argument as to why you might want to bet on Exaggerator, the second place finisher at this year’s Kentucky Derby.
Uncle Lino payout odds to win the Preakness Stakes 2016 were set at 20-1 starting from the post position number 2 for a payout of $200 on every $10 bet.
Another son of Uncle Mo (and half brother to Nyquist), Uncle Lino will be running his first race out of California.
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