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2021 Preakness Medina Spirit Payout Odds, Prediction

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
May/13/2021

Medina Spirit, the Kentucky Derby winner, pays just shy of $20 for every $10 bet.

Ally Melendez is joined by one of the horse racing industry's top handicappers Matt Bernier to discuss the chances of Medina Spirit winning.

"He absolutely can win the second leg of the Triple Crown," Bernier said.  "I believe he is the most likely winner despite all that is going on."

Unless you are a horse racing fan who has lived under a rock in the past week, Bernier is referring to the controversy surrounding Medina Spirit being a bit doped up.

Trainer Bob Baffert has not made the trip to Baltimore.  He claims the positive test result could have been caused by an anti-fungal ointment.

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