2017 Preakness Stakes – “Probables” – Plus Early Odds – Preakness Entry Rules – now with Early Free PP’s

(Early 2017 Preakness Stakes Free PP’s Here!)

Note – 2017 Preakness Stakes Draw for Post Positions is this coming Wednesday at about 5:00 pm ET!

142nd Running of The Preakness Stakes

$1,500,000 GUARANTEED (GRADE 1)

To Be Run Saturday, May 20, 2016

One Mile and Three Sixteenths (Dirt) for 3yos at Pimlico Racecourse, Baltimore, Md. 

2017 GI Preakness Stakes “Probables”

Early Odds Per the Sporting News

Confirmed Horses are Per Preakness.com


(Preakness Entry Rules,)

The Preakness uses a three-tiered process to decide who can get in the field if more than 14 are entered. Horses not already nominated to the Triple Crown can be supplemented for cost a of $150,000, but apparently they come last in priority behind any horse already nominated. Conquest Mo Money would fall into that category this year!


Tier #1 – The first seven positions are determined by graded stakes earnings as in the Derby.


Tier #2 – The next four slots are given to the top lifetime earners in non-restricted races, so any earnings from restricted races would be subtracted from their total earnings.


Tier #3 – The final three positions are given to the horses with the most lifetime earnings regardless of the type of race, open or restricted.


If there are any ties, they will draw lots from the tied horses to pick who gets in the race. Also, no horse who earns purse money in The Kentucky Derby (which is the first 5 finishers) will be denied the opportunity to start in the Preakness.

Horse  
Trainer  
Status  
Last Out  
Classic Empire (3/1) M. Casse Confirmed 4th, Kentucky Derby
Multiplier (18/1) B. Walsh Probable  1st, Illinois Derby
Senior Investment (25/1) K. McPeek Probable 1st, Lexington Stakes
Gunnevera (12/1) A. Sano Confirmed 7th, Kentucky Derby
Terms of Art (20/1)
Doug O’Neill
Confirmed 7th, Santa Anita Derby
Cloud Computing (18/1) C. Brown Confirmed 3rd, Wood Memorial
Lookin At Lee (10/1) S. Asmussen Confirmed 2nd, Kentucky Derby
Royal Mo (10/1) J. Shirreffs out with injury  3rd, Santa Anita Derby
Always Dreaming (1/1) T. Pletcher Confirmed 1st, Kentucky Derby
Conquest Mo Money (16/1) M. Hernandez Confirmed 2nd, Arkansas Derby
Hence (12/1) S. Asmussen Confirmed 11th, Kentucky Derby
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2012 Preakness Probables

We have some 2012 Preakness Stakes “Probables” for you to mull over from the MJC list as this one is a scant 13 days from today!

2012 Free Preakness PP’s←in DRF format!

2012 free Preakness Past Performances “← in Brisnet format

“New” link to our 2012 Preakness Odds page “Here

Trainer Doug O’Neil has already committed I’ll Have Another for a Preakness Stakes start!

Our “Preakness Probables” in alphabetical order,

Bodemeister

Creative Cause

CozzettiCozzetti

 Daddy Nose Best

Optimizer

PretensionPretension

Teeth of the DogTeeth of the Dog

Tiger WalkTiger Walk 

Went The Day Well

ZetterholmZetterholm

Remember, Pimlico has but 14 gates to offer for the Preakness every year!

Preakness Entry Rules,

The Preakness uses a three-tiered process to decide who can get in the field if more than 14 are entered. Horses not already nominated to the Triple Crown can be supplemented for cost a of $100,000, but apparently they come last in priority behind any horse already nominated.

Tier #1 – The first seven positions are determined by graded stakes earnings as in the Derby.

Tier #2 – The next four slots are given to the top lifetime earners in non-restricted races, so any earnings from restricted races would be subtracted from their total earnings.

Tier #3 – The final three positions are given to the horses with the most lifetime earnings regardless of the type of race, open or restricted.

If there are any ties, they will draw lots from the tied horses to pick who gets in the race. Also, no horse who earns purse money in The Kentucky Derby (which is the first 5 finishers) will be denied the opportunity to start in the Preakness.

So still plenty of changes to come on this list before May 19th, so stay with us as we walk you up to the second jewel of the 2012 Triple Crown!