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Justify Payout Odds - 2018 Preakness Stakes

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May/17/2018

Gambling911.com has your Preakness Stakes payout odds for Justify.

A win by the favorite and this year's Kentucky Derby winner would pay out $10 for every $20 bet (1-2 odds).  The $20 bet is returned and you profit $10 assuming Justify is the winner.

Justify will go up against a group of fresh horses that decided to skip the Kentucky Derby while the Derby runner up, Good Magic, may be better suited for this track.  Both Justify and Good Magic performed quite well in the mud of Churchill Downs.  Thunderstorms are in the forecast for Saturday and heavy rain will continue the days prior.

Justify is also trained by Bob Baffert, who has enjoyed great success at the Preakness Stakes.

Justify will start from post position number 7.

“I’m fine," Baffert said of that starting position.  "I’ll never forget the sickening feeling when I drew the 1-2 (posts) with American Pharoah and Dortmund. I think the break is still very essential, so I’m fine with it.”

"We were pleased with that. I don’t think Bob wanted to be the ‘1,’ and I think anything else would have been fine," added Elliott Walden, President and co-owner of CEO WinStar Farm, which owns Justify. "To come out of the ‘7’ like he did at Churchill, I think is good. One thing, (Baffert) said he didn’t want Quip to his outside, because he might be speed, too.”

Here are your latest Preakness Stakes Odds below or click here

Justify (1-2)
Good Magic (3-1)
Quip (12-1)
Lone Sailor (15-1)  
Bravazo (20-1) 
Tenfold (20-1)   
Diamond King (30-1)
Sporting Chance (30-1)  

 

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