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It’s not often that you tear up your tickets after a race and still consider the outcome satisfactory. That rare instance occurred Saturday when Rombauer came rolling through the lane to win the Preakness (G1). He was an 11-1 winner. In my world, he could have been 41-1. Never gave him a shot. Of course, congratulations go out to the owners, jockey Flavien Prat and trainer Michael McCarthy, the long-time quiet man in the Todd Pletcher operation before striking out on his own, for their upset victory. The satisfaction derived from Rombauer’s triumph springs from the defeat of Medina Spirit.
By Richard Rosenblatt Let’s forget about Bob Baffert and Medina Spirit for a while and salute longshot Rombauer after he came rolling through the stretch and won the 146th Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday. In one of the strangest buildups to a Triple Crown race – Medina Spirit won the Kentucky Derby (G1) two weeks ago, but a post-race positive drug test could get him disqualified – it was 11-1 Rombauer who stole the show before about 10,000 fans. As expected, Medina Spirit, the 2-1 favorite, and Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez moved to the
Weather should not be a major factor in the 146th Preakness Stakes, second leg of the Triple Crown, with almost perfect conditions expected for this Saturday. The Weather Channel forecasts the weather to be mostly sunny with just a 12 percent chance of rain and temperatures between 52 and 76 degrees. Bar unexpected showers, track conditions for the Preakness Stakes will be either good or fast for a third consecutive year. The last time the race was run on a wet track was in 2018, when Justify won on a sloppy surface. 2021 Preakness Stakes Forecast Service: The Weather Channel
The 2021 Preakness Stakes: Lineup, Odds, Contenders, Picks In 1973 – two years before the first Kentucky Derby – Pimlico outside of Baltimore, Maryland, ran a stakes race for 3-year-olds during its first-ever spring race meet. Then governor Oden Bowie named the race, which was set at a distance of 1 ½ miles, in honor of a horse named Preakness who was bred by Milton Holbrook Sanford’s Preakness Stud in Preakness, Wayne Township, New Jersey. Preakness himself won the Dinner Party Stakes on the first day of racing at Pimlico when it opened in 1870. The first Preakness was held on May 27, 1873, and drew just seven runners. Survivor captured the inaugural
Preakness Stakes 2021: Contenders, Lineup and Odds Last year, for the first time in 11 years, the filly in Swiss Skydiver faced off against the boys and won the 145th Preakness and became the first female to win the race since Rachel Alexandra in 2009. Rachel Alexandra (2009) was the first filly since Nellie Morse in 1924 to win the Preakness. Fifty five fillies have competed in the Preakness with six winners. In addition to Swiss Skydiver, Rachel Alexandra and Nellie Morse, the others are Flocarline (1903), Whimsical (1906) and Rhine Maiden (1915). No fillies will head to the gate
2021 Preakness Stakes horses, contenders, date, predictions Each year, the winner of the Preakness is adorned with a blanket of Black-Eyed Susans across the withers and in front of the jockey. In 1940 Colonel Edward R. Bradley’s The Black-Eyed Susan blanket is created shortly before Preakness Day and it takes about eight hours for four people to construct it. It’s made up of black matting, a layer of green felt, a layer of a variety of Ruscus and then a layer of Viking Poms, which is a substitute for actual Black-Eyed Susans, which bloom usually after the Preakness is run
Japan Racing Association: Victoria Mile ,$2,160,000 ,4&up f/m ,8f Turf
Santa Anita: Desert Stormer Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up f/m ,6f Dirt
Woodbine: Trillium Stakes ,$150,000 ,4&up f/m ,8.5f AW
Churchill Downs: Winning Colors Stakes ,$125,000 ,4&up f/m ,6f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Heian Stakes ,$737,000 ,4&up ,9.5f Dirt
Santa Anita: Honeymoon Stakes ,$100,000 ,3yo f ,9f Turf
Santa Anita: Santa Maria Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up f/m ,8.5f Dirt
Woodbine: Royal North Stakes ,$175,000 ,4&up f/m ,6f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Yushun Himba ,$2,273,000 ,3yo f ,12f Turf
Woodbine: Connaught Cup Stakes ,$175,000 ,4&up ,7f Turf
Belmont Park: Pennine Ridge ,$200,000 ,3yo ,9f Turf
Churchill Downs: Matt Winn Stakes ,$125,000 ,3yo ,8.5f Dirt
Churchill Downs: Regret Stakes ,$125,000 ,3yo f ,9f Turf
Great Meadow: David Semmes Memorial Hurdle ,$50,000 ,4&up ,17f Turf
Santa Anita: Charles Whittingham Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up ,10f Turf
Santa Anita: Daytona Stakes ,$100,000 ,4&up ,6.5f Turf
Santa Anita: Triple Bend Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up ,7f Dirt