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Triple Crown 2nd Leg of the Triple Crown
Venue Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Inaugurated 1873
Distance 1 3⁄16 miles (9.5 furlongs)
Surface Dirt
Qualification Three-year-olds

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Horse Racing Betting: 2021 Preakness Stakes Recap

Horse Racing Betting: 2021 Preakness Stakes Recap

2021 won’t produce a Triple Crown. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit fought hard in the Preakness Stakes, but couldn’t hang on, fading to third behind Midnight Bourbon in second as Mike McCarthy trained Rombauer ran by both for the win. Check out how Rombauer won the Preakness as well as a too early preview of the 2021 Belmont Stakes so you can get ready to make your bets against their Horse Racing odds

Preakness Stakes: How Rombauer Won the 2021 Preakness

 2021 Preakness Stakes 

  • When: Saturday, May 15
  • Where: Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, MD

How Rombauer won the 2021 Preakness Stakes

In our final Preakness write-up, we chose Rombauer to win the Triple Crown’s Second Jewel. We wrote about how the Twirling Candy sired runner had the flexibility to stay close to the pace or to come from the clouds.

That flexibility is the main reason why in the Preakness Rombauer was in the best position to overtake favorite’s Midnight Bourbon and Medina Spirit at the top of the stretch. 

Steve Asmussen trained Midnight Bourbon and the Derby winner didn’t run fast fractions. Bourbon and Spirit got the half-mile in 46.4, which is slow for a TC event. Rombauer was about 3 to 4 lengths off at the half-mile pole. 

As they turned for home, jockey Flavien Prat aboard Rombauer got within 2 lengths and then a length. At the top of the stretch, anybody who has ever watched horse racing new it was over. There was no way Rombauer wasn’t going to motor past Midnight Bourbon and Medina Spirit.

In hindsight, the Rombauer’s victory made sense. We noted how Mike McCarthy had kept Rombauer out of the Derby after the horse ran excellent to finish third in the Grade 2 Blue Grass.

The Blue Grass was Rombauer’s first race since his victory in the El Camino Real Derby. McCarthy used the Blue Grass as a true prep, meaning the only way he was going to start Rombauer in the Derby was if the horse had won the Blue Grass.

Mike McCarthy places his horses well. He knew Rombauer was up to the task. Anyone who read our Preakness write-ups this week and took our advice would have scored big on the 11-to-1 shot. 

Too early look at the 2021 Belmont Stakes

McCarthy says Rombauer will run in the Belmont Stakes. His breeding suggests 1 ½ miles is no problem, but we shouldn’t jump all over Rombauer to win the Test of Champions.

Essential Quality will run. So will Todd Pletcher trained and Kentucky Oaks winner Malathaat, Santa Anita Derby winner Rock Your World, and second-place Kentucky Derby finisher Hot Rod Charlie are also pointing to the Belmont. 

If you’re looking for an underdog with a shot, consider Todd Pletcher trained Overtook. The closer is bred to relish 1 ½ miles, has an excellent turn of foot, and should get lost in the betting with so many name horses in the field. 

The Belmont Stakes happens on Saturday, June 5. 

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Taking place over the second oldest track in America, Pimlico Racecourse, the Preakness Stakes is the key race in the Triple Crown of Horse Racing. Everybody wants to win the Kentucky Derby. Every owner with a three-year-old that year has dreams of getting her horse to the most famous race in the world, but after they run the Kentucky Derby, only one can win the Triple Crown. Only one. And, that horse has to win the Preakness Stakes in order to move on for a chance at glory in the Belmont three weeks later.

Preakness racing is often times the forgotten race in the Triple Crown. Maybe, that’s because favorites do very well, but without a Preakness victory, the Kentucky Derby winner has no shot at taking home the Crown. At, we know that you’ll be paying attention to the Preakness Stakes and that’s why we do as well. We know that the Preakness is older than the Kentucky Derby, just like you do. We know that as a horse player, you understand the history that is the Second Jewel of the Triple Crown.

But we also know that you need a racebook that offers you Preakness betting odds and horse matchups on the race besides your everyday horse racing odds. In addition to offering wagering on the Preakness, we offer betting on over forty-five combined North American harness, quarter, and thoroughbred race tracks. If you want to make a wager on a specific track, it’s likely that you can through the Racebook! Create a betting account and see what we have to offer.

Race information

  • Distance: 1 3⁄16 miles (9.5 furlongs)
  • Record: 1:53.00, Secretariat (1973)
  • Surface: Dirt
  • Track: Left-handed
  • Qualification: 3-year-old

Latest Winners

  • 2019: War of Will
  • 2018: Justify
  • 2017: Cloud Computing
  • 2016: Exaggerator
  • 2015: American Pharoah
  • 2014: California Chrome
  • 2013: Oxbow
  • 2012: I’ll Have Another
  • 2011: Shackleford
  • 2010: Lookin At Lucky
  • 2009: Rachel Alexandra
  • 2008: Big Brown

Race Facts:

  • Speed Record

    1 3⁄16 miles (1.91 km) – 1:53 – Secretariat (1973)

  • Most Wins by a Jockey

    6 – Eddie Arcaro (1941, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1955, 1957)

    5 – Pat Day (1985, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996)

    3 – George Barbee (1873, 1876, 1883)

  • Most Wins by a Trainer

    7 – Bob Baffert (1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2010, 2015, 2018)

    7 – R. Wyndham Walden (1875, 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1888)

    6 – D. Wayne Lukas (1980, 1985, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2013)

  • Most Wins by an Owner

    8 – Calumet Farm (1941, 1944, 1948, 1949, 1952, 1957, 1958, 1968)

  • Margin of Victory

    1:59.40 – Secretariat (1973)

  • Record Victory Margin

    11 1⁄2 lengths – Smarty Jones (2004)

    10 lengths – Survivor (1873)

    9 3⁄4 lengths – Funny Cide (2003)

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