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How Much Will Laughing Fox Pay to Win the 2019 Preakness Stakes?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
May/14/2019

Laughing Fox will pay out $250 for every $10 bet if he goes onto win the 2019 Preakness Stakes race.

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Laughing Fox finished first at his most recent race, the Oakland Invitational. That win got him an automatic bid in this year's Preakness Stakes.

This horse did not run in the Kentucky Derby.

He performed well in a half-mile of work in :51 3/5 ahead of Saturday’s race.

"Obviously he ran nine days ago—a quick turnaround for him, which we've had some success (running back) in two weeks," said trainer Steve Asmussen. "He's got a great attitude. Nice cool morning, he felt very good. I thought he went over the racetrack very well. I think in the past we've been very happy with how horses who have run at Oaklawn have run at Pimlico, so I feel good about that going up there."

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2019 Preakness Stakes
106     Improbable         +240     
103     War of Will         +400     
109     Alwaysmining         +700     
113     Bourbon War         +800     
107     Anothertwistafate         +900     
112     Owendale         +1200     
117     Warrior's Charge         +1200     
116     Win Win Win         +1200     
110     Signalman         +1400     
115     Bodexpress         +2000     
114     Laughing Fox         +2500     
118     Market King         +2500   

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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