Wed 11/02/2015 - 12:11 EST

Preakness Stakes Race Day: Horse By Horse In A Nutshell

Race For The Woodlawn Vase Just Hours Away

Barns are bustling at the Pimlico Race Course as Preakness morning is upon us. With just a few hours to go, before the horses hit the dirt, we take a look at the eleven thoroughbreds confirmed to run in the middle jewel of the Triple Crown Racing Series. Only one Champion has a shot at winning all three jewels in 2012.

With the most expensive trophy in sports on the line (Tiffany & Co. created the priceless Woodlawn Vase in 1860) plus a possible Triple Crown Championship set up for the Belmont, it’s an exciting day in the horse handicapping community. Canadian horse racing fans will be wagering and watching from coast to coast!

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Post Position # Horse:  Owner – Trainer – Jockey Morning Line

#7 I’ll Have Another: J. Paul Reddam – Doug F. O’Neill – Mario Gutierrez 5-2
#9 Bodemeister: Zayat Stables & Southern Equine Stable – Bob Baffert – Mike Smith 8-5
#5 Went the Day Well: Team Valor International & Mark Ford – H. Graham Motion – John R. Velazquez 6-1
#6 Creative Cause: Heinz Steinmann – Mike Harrington – Joel Rosario 6-1
 

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#11 Cozzetti: Albaugh Family Stables – Dale Romans – Jose Lezcano 30-1
#4 Zetterholm: Winter Park Partners – Richard Dutrow Jr. – Junior Alvarado 20-1
#2 Teeth of the Dog:  J. W. Singer – Michael Matz – Joe Brav0 15-1
#8 Daddy Nose Best: Bob & Cathy Zollars – Steven Asmussen – Julien Leparoux 12-1
 

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#1 Tiger Walk: Sagamore Farm – Ignacio Correas IV – Ramon Dominguez 30-1
#10 Optimizer: Bluegrass Hall – D. Wayne Lukas – Corey Nakatani 30-1
#3 Pretension: Kidwells Petite Stable – Christopher Grove – Javier Santia 30-1
 

Online Betting Windows Are Open Until Post Time For Preakness Punting

Cash in on Preakness Day by registering a personal Race & Sportsbook betting account at any of our top rated betting websites. Once you make an initial deposit, boost your bankroll with a sign up bonus, and then head to the wagering windows. With online Racebook betting there’s never a lineup, meaning you can place your bets at your leisure – all the way up to the 6:17 PM ET Preakness post time. Lets Go I’ll Have Another!

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