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Quip Payout Odds 2018 Preakness Stakes

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Published on:
May/17/2018

Quip would pay out $120 for every $10 bet.

He will be fresh but starting from the dreaded number one spot.

Rodolphe Brisset (trainer):

“The No. 1 post can be very tricky. We know we have some tactical speed, so we are good with that. He’s doing really good. He shipped well and he’s going right through his feed tub. We are pretty upbeat about everything.”

Elliott Walden (President and co-owner CEO WinStar Farm, Quip) suggests the post position really doesn’t matter much with a reduced field in the Preakness:

“I was pleased with the ‘1.’ I always liked the ‘1,’ like the shortest way around there. Anything here with eight horses, you can’t get a bad draw.”

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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