Schoolyard Dreams Preakness Stakes Odds Pay $160

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Mary Montgomery
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Schoolyard Dreams

Schoolyard Dreams will be entered into this Saturday's Preakness Stakes race with odds of 16/1 that pay out $160 for every $10 bet at Sports Interaction.com.  The well-rested horse finished 4th in his last race at the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct April 3. 

"He's one of those horses who will benefit from five to six weeks between races rather than three to four," said Trainer Derek Ryan, who saddled Musket Man to a third-place finish in last year's Preakness.

The last race was a rush job, and it proved costly. Running only three weeks after suffering a nose loss in the Tampa Bay Derby, Schoolyard Dreams got trounced. He finished fourth, 11 1/4 lengths behind Eskendereya.

"He's not a robust horse that you can run every three weeks," Ryan said. "It wasn't an ideal situation and the horse wasn't 100 percent. I think this horse will really benefit by skipping the Derby. If he ran in the Derby, I don't think he'd be running this week."

Musket Man's rider, Eibar Coa, will take control of Schoolyard Dreams this Saturday. 

Here were all your 2010 Preakness Stakes odds courtesy of Sports Interaction.



Super Saver

         Paddy O'prado

         Lookin At Lucky

         Hurricane Ike



         Pleasant Prince

         Schoolyard Dreams


         Jackson Bend

         First Dude

         Yawanna Twist

         Northern Giant

These odds may change somewhat once the post positions have been determined.  Gambling911.com suggests locking these odds in now here.


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Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com




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