Preakness Betting Sites, Post time, Live Stream

Giddy up: Preakness Betting sites. Let’s review all the pertinent info, check the odds and watch it live. I’ve got some last minute betting ideas, too.

What: Preakness Stakes 147
Where: Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, MD
Post time: Saturday, May 21, 2022. 5:45 PM Eastern, 4:45 PM Central, 3:45 PM Mountain, 2:45 PM Pacific

Live Stream Online: NBC Preakness Stakes Livestream
TV Coverage: NBC, 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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Easy Last Minute Preakness Bets

Hurry, the Black-Eyed Susan starts in a few hours! Here are some last minute Preakness bets. Always check the odds, listed below, before making a wager. The small Preakness field creates different opportunities compared to the larger Kentucky Derby. Bet efficiently picking a small set of horses. Focus on a couple quality exactas and quinellas.

1. Preakness Win, Place, Show Picks

  1. Win – Epicenter
  2. Place – Secret Oath
  3. Show – Simplification

2. Preakness Quinella Box Picks

  • Epicenter, Secret Oath, Creative Minister, Simplification

4 Horse Quinella Box Cost: $6, $1 per combination or $12, $2 per combination

3. Black-Eyed Susan/Preakness Daily Double Bet – HURRY!
The Black-Eyed Susan Post time is 4:48 PM Friday May 20, 2022!

  1. Black-Eyed Susan Winner – Luna Belle
  2. Preakness Winner – Epicenter

Daily Doubles Cost $1, payouts determined after Black Eyed Susan and Preakness results are official

Latest Preakness Stakes Odds to Win:

MSW Abbreviation: MSW means “Maiden Special Weight”. It’s an event reserved for horses who have never won a race.
MCL Abbreviation: MCL means “Maiden Claiming Weight”. It’s an event reserved for horses who have never won a race. Unlike the MSW, trainers may claim a horse for a fixed price.

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