What Are the Current Odds of Multiplier Winning the 2017 Preakness Stakes?

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May/19/2017

The odds of Multiplier winning the 2017 Preakness were at 23-1. He is the winner of last month’s Grade 3 Illinois Derby and has only raced twice.

Joel Rosario will be aboard Multiplier for the first time in the Saturday’s Preakness Stakes.

“He’s ridden a lot for the new owners and he’s a fantastic rider,” said trainer Brendan Walsh, who will be saddling his first Classic runner. “He’s actually ridden quite a few times for me as well and we’ve had some luck with him. He’s one of the top riders in the country. He’s been through it all so I’m looking forward to having him on board. “

PREAKNESS STAKES FUTURES - May 20 

Preakness 2017 - Winner (refunds on non starters)

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Multiplier

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Cloud Computing

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Hence

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Always Dreaming

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Gunnevera

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Senior Investment

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Lookin at Lee

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- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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