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What Will the Payout Be If Cloud Computing Wins the Preakness Stakes?

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Published on:
May/17/2017

The payout on Cloud Computing winning this year’s Preakness Stakes would be $150 for every $10 bet or $1500 for every $100 bet.

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Cloud Computing finished third in the Wood Memorial, his last start, and second in the Gotham before that.  He has not won a graded race though he did win his first race at Aqueduct (Maiden Special Weight).

“The horse breezed well,” trainer Chad Brown said of his workout last week. “He went a good half, out five. I thought he did it real, real well. He’s moving sound and strong. I’m real happy with this horse. If he comes out of it in good shape, we’ll be on to Maryland.”

Here are all your odds:

2017 Preakness Stakes Odds

 

American Odds

Fractional Odds

Always Dreaming

-140

5/7

Classic Empire

+300

3/1

Lookin At Lee

+500

5/1

Cloud Computing

+1500

15/1

Conquest Mo Money

+1300

13/1

Gunnevera

+1000

10/1

Hence

+1000

10/1

Multiplier

+1500

15/1

Senior Investment

+2000

20/1

Lancaster Bomber

+1000

10/1

O Dionysus

+4500

45/1

Term Of Art

+2000

20/1

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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