Preakness Stakes Betting
When is the Preakness Stakes?
The Preakness Stakes is on Saturday, May 16, 2020!
Where is the Preakness Stakes?
The Preakness Stakes is raced at Pimlico Racecourse in Baltimore, Maryland
Where can I watch the Preakness Stakes?
Watch the Preakness Stakes live on TV with NBC at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time
The 143rd running of the $1,500,000 Preakness Stakes (Grade I), is the second jewel of the Triple Crown, set for Saturday, May 16, 2020 at the historic track.
Preakness Stakes Resource Links
Bet on the Preakness Stakes
Preakness Stakes Odds - Betting odds to win the Preakness Stakes
Preakness Stakes History - Dates, times and a little history
Pimlico - Racetrack of the Preakness Stakes
Where can I bet on the Preakness Stakes?
Well, if you want a BET on the Preakness Stakes, then you have found the right place! You can place your bets before the race because All Horse Racing offers ADVANCE WAGERING on the Preakness Stakes. Advance wagering opens days before the track opens so you can place your bets on the Preakness Stakes well before the competition!
All Horse Racing offers a bets on all the Triple Crown Races. Did you know that on May 23, 1873 the first edition of the Preakness took place? Two years before the inaugural Kentucky Derby, the folks at Pimlico were busy working on a new three-year old stakes race of their own. Pimlico, which since its opening in 1870 had conducted all of its racing in the fall, ran its first Spring Meet in the year of 1873, with the initial running of the Preakness held on May 23. The Preakness was founded by then-Maryland governor Oden Bowie. Governor Bowie's term had actually ended in 1872, yet that did not prevent him from naming the then- mile and a half race in honor of the colt who won the Dinner Party Stakes in 1870 on the occasion of Pimlico's opening. At an 1868 Saratoga party hosted by a Milton Sanford, Bowie guaranteed that Maryland would have a track available for a race that was later dubbed the Dinner Party Stakes and had been instantly promoted by Bowie at the party when he offered $15,000 as a purse--no small sum at the time.
Graded Stakes Races
Churchill Downs: Winning Colors Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up f/m ,6f Dirt
Monmouth Park: Monmouth Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up ,9f Turf
Monmouth Park: Salvator Mile Stakes ,$150,000 ,3&up ,8f Dirt
Santa Anita: Charles Whittingham Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up ,10f Turf
Santa Anita: Daytona Stakes ,$100,000 ,4&up ,abt 6.5f Turf
Santa Anita: Triple Bend Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up ,7f Dirt
Woodbine: Marine Stakes ,$125,000 ,3yo ,8.5f AW
Woodbine: Nassau Stakes ,$175,000 ,3&up f/m ,8f Turf
Santa Anita: Summertime Oaks ,$200,000 ,3yo f ,8.5f Dirt
Santa Anita: Monrovia Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up f/m ,abt 6.5f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) ,$3,757,000 ,3yo ,12f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Meguro Kinen ,$1,071,000 ,4&up ,12.5f Turf
Golden Gate Fields: All American Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up ,8f AW
Santa Anita: Gamely Stakes ,$500,000 ,3&up f/m ,9f Turf
Santa Anita: Shoemaker Mile ,$500,000 ,3&up ,8f Turf
Santa Anita: The Gold Cup at Santa Anita ,$500,000 ,3&up ,10f Dirt
Woodbine: Connaught Cup Stakes ,$175,000 ,4&up ,7f Turf
Santa Anita: Santa Maria Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up f/m ,8.5f Dirt
Santa Anita: Honeymoon Stakes ,$150,000 ,3yo f ,9f Turf
Penn National: Penn Mile ,$500,000 ,3yo ,8f Turf