Firing Line Odds to Win the Preakness Stakes

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Mary Montgomery
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Firing Line Odds to Win the Preakness Stakes

Firing Line odds to win the 2015 Preakness Stakes were set at +350 for a payout potential of $35 on every $10 bet at BetOnline.


These are excellent odds considering Firing Line finished a strong second at this year’s Kentucky Derby. Gary Stevens came within a length of his fourth Kentucky Derby win in fact.

"Hopefully we can turn the tables on American Pharaoh, the same as we did Dortmund," Stevens said. "But believe me, I have plenty of respect for all three horses. They are very, very good and exceptional colts."

The 52-year-old Stevens is considered to be among the most tactical jockeys in the world of horse racing.

"He's a really good guy, and I think for all these top end races, I don't think you can have anyone better than Gary on your horse," Simon Callaghan, Firing Line's trainer, said. "So in the race, we'll pretty much leave it to him, and whatever he decides to do is good with us." 

It could come down to track conditions as thunderstorms are in the early week’s forecast for Saturday late afternoon and evening. 

To win the Preakness

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American Pharoah










Danzig Moon





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Firing Line





Tale of Verve




- Mary Montgomery,

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