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Bet the 141 Running of the Preakness Stakes
When: Saturday May 21, 2016
Where: Pimlico Racecourse in Baltimore, Maryland
Watch: Live on TV with NBC at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time
It's the 141st running of the $1 million Preakness Stakes, the second jewel of the Triple Crown and Horse racing fans are getting excited by a strong list of nominations for this season, which is sure to provide a memorable “Run for the Black-Eyed Susans.”
The Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course - Pimlico has been hosting horse races since 1870 and is the second oldest horse race track in the United States (Saratoga, which opened in 1864, is the oldest).
By Preakness Stakes tradition, three year olds run the one and 3/16th mile track at Pimlico in Baltimore, Maryland.
The 141st running of The Preakness Stakes, from Pimlico Race Track in Baltimore, Maryland, will take place two weeks after the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 21st. The race will again take place near dusk as it did last year.
Due to the increased coverage the Triple Crown races enjoy, many new and occasional horse betting fans come out to test their luck.
2016 Possible Preakness Stakes Entries
The Preakness Stakes is restricted to only 14 contenders and will run on May 21, at Pimlico Race Track and is the second leg of the Triple Crown.
The starters will be determined with the first seven horses given preference by the highest lifetime earnings in graded stakes.
The next four starters will be determined by the highest lifetime earnings in all “non-restricted stakes,” which means those stakes whose conditions contain no restrictions other than age or sex.
The remaining three starters will be determined by the highest lifetime earnings in all races.
There have been 21 that won two but failed to win the third race. The last horse to be awarded the Triple Crown was Affirmed in 1978. Preakness Stakes Contenders
Bet 141 Preakness Stakes Horse Race Odds
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Preakness Information: Gates Open 8:00 a.m.- Rain or Shine First Race Post Time 10:30 a.m. Preakness Stakes Post Time 6:05 p.m. Pimlico Race Track Hayward and Winner Avenues Baltimore, Maryland 21215.
The Pimlico Race Track is home of the Preakness Stakes, the Pimlico first opened its doors on October 25, 1870. It is the second oldest racetrack in the U.S. The first was Saratoga, upstate New York in 1864.
The Pimlico racetrack was engineered by General John Ellicott and has hosted legendary horses such as Man O' War, Sir Barton, Sea Biscuit, War Admiral, Citation, Secretariat, Cigar and Silver Charm.
The Pimlico is constructed on 70 acres overlooking the Jones Falls, the Maryland Jockey Club purchased the land for $23,500, and built the racetrack for $25,000.
Still today the Maryland Jockey Club is dedicated to presenting the great sport of Thoroughbred racing as the centerpiece of a high-quality entertainment experience providing fun and excitement in an inviting and friendly atmosphere for people of all ages. - More about Pimlico Race track Here!!
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140th Preakness Stakes race Recap
American Pharoah, topped the field of eight horses, running away down the stretch to win by seven lengths, with Tale of Verve second and Divining Rod third, another length back, before a record crowd of 131,680 at Pimlico race track.
The winner paid $3.80, $3.40 and $2.80.
Tale of Verve returned $19 and $8.80, and Divining Rod paid $5.20.
139th Preakness Stakes race Recap
California Chrome won the 139th running of the Preakness Stakes on Saturday in Pimlico, Maryland, capturing the first two legs of the 2014 Triple Crown and has a chance to become the first Triple Crown champion, since Affirmed won it in 1978.
California Chrome continued on his quest for a Triple Crown sweep at Pimlico Race Course, scoring a dominating victory in the $1.5 million Preakness Stakes (G1) to the enthusiastic approval of a record crowd of 123,469.
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