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Preakness Stakes Betting Odds (2011)

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
May/20/2011
Preakness Stakes Betting Odds

Here are your latest Preakness Stakes betting odds courtesy of SBG Global, which typically offers the best paying odds online.  These odds are subject to change, so Gambling911.com strongly suggests locking them in as soon as possible.  SBG Global is currently offering a 5% weekly rebate, cash bonuses upon opening an online betting account, and "buddy" referrral bonuses (restrictions do apply - see site).

Animal Kingdom +200 or 2/1 – His odds have remained steady throughout the week. 

Much of the concern surrounding Animal Kingdom has to do with his rather short break between the Derby and Preakness Stakes.

"Two weeks would bother anybody," Animal Kingdom's trainer Graham Motion said. "It's not something you set out to run back in two weeks when a horse has run obviously the best race of his career. It's not a natural thing to do. The biggest thing is he hasn't missed a meal since he ran.

"It's the first time the horse will have the same jockey ride him two races in a row," Motion said. "And that's got to be an advantage to us, I think."

Dialed In had 4/1 odds while Mucho Macho Man’s odds were listed at +450 for a payout potential of $450 on every $100 bet.

Shackleford, who led the Kentucky Derby throughout 90 percent of the race before losing steam in the final seconds down the stretch, comes in at +900 or 9/1 odds.

Astrology was listed at +1200 odds.

Concealed Identity came in at +2500 odds.

Dance City’s 2011 Preakness Stakes betting odds were being slashed to +900.

Mr. Commons came in at +1750.

Norman Asbjornson was listed with +2250 odds.

Sway Away had odds of +1250.

Flashpoint was listed with odds of +1500.

Isn’t He Perfect Preakness Stakes betting odds were listed at +2500 or 25/1.

Midnight Interlude was coming in at +1250 odds. 

 

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- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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