2022 Preakness news and workouts roundup

Tue May 17 2022J. Keeler Johnson

The Preakness S. (G1) is taking place on Saturday at Pimlico, which means it’s time to start analyzing the entries, reviewing the pre-race workouts, and counting down the minutes until post time.
5 Preakness handicapping trends to consider

Tue May 17 2022J. Keeler Johnson

To enhance our understanding of Pimlico’s signature 1 3/16-mile race, let’s explore five Preakness (G1) handicapping trends worth keeping in mind.
Epicenter the 6-5 choice against eight others in Preakness

Mon May 16 2022TwinSpires Staff

Epicenter will be strongly favored to give Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen his third win in the $1.65 million Preakness S. (G1).
The luckiest (and unluckiest) draws for the Preakness

Mon May 16 2022Josh Powell

What's in a number? We examined every Preakness Stakes since 1909 to find out which stall has the luck factor.
Who was the most surprising Preakness winner of all time?

Wed May 11 2022Rowan Ward

Let's revisit some of the biggest Preakness upsets, and then it's up to you. Who was the most surprising Preakness winner of all time?
Top 10 Preakness trends

Mon May 02 2022Ashley Anderson

To get you ready for the second leg of the Triple Crown, let's look back on the last decade of races, as we examine the top 10 Preakness racing trends.
Hanson: Rediscovering historic Triple Crown TV coverage

Tue Aug 24 2021Vance Hanson

Television footage of the Triple Crown from the 1960s and early 1970s is now publicly available, and its most interesting moments are well worth watching.
Three big takeaways from the 2021 Preakness Stakes

Mon May 17 2021Josh Powell

Rombauer’s win paid out $25.60, with Midnight Bourbon and Medina Spirit also finishing in the money. Now that we have two legs down in the Triple Crown, here is what we learned from the Preakness.
How to bet against the Preakness 146 favorite

Fri May 14 2021John Mucciolo

A field of 10 will aim for racing glory in Saturday’s $1 million Preakness S. (G1) at Pimlico. #3 Medina Spirit (9-5), the slight morning-line choice after finishing first in the Kentucky Derby (G1), could very well be the favorite when the gates open for the second leg of the Triple Crown. The Florida-bred ran his best race to date at Churchill Downs two weeks prior and will be as fit as any horse in the field. But for those who are not in love with the son of Protonico, there are many other alternatives to pursue in the Preakness.
How to bet the favorite in the Preakness Stakes

Thu May 13 2021John Mucciolo

Assuming Medina Spirit retains his favored status, here are a few ways to attack the second leg of the Triple Crown.
The 2021 Preakness Stakes by the numbers

Tue May 11 2021TwinSpires Staff

The second leg of the Triple Crown is up for grabs at Pimlico, so let's dive into some numbers, stats, and facts about the "Run for the Black-Eyed Susans."
Triple Crown Winner Justify Retired

Mon Aug 06 2018TwinSpires Staff

by Fairway Jay The news broke last week that Triple Crown winner Justify was being retired from racing. His last appearance at the racetrack was Saturday in the paddock at Del Mar and then paraded onto the track in front of the grandstand. Fans ...