Preakness gambling fans will have their choices of these horses that also bring solid Preakness betting credentials along with the fresh legs. The Preakness comes just two weeks after the Kentucky Derby and it is always asking a lot of a horse to run in these back to back events as it is a grueling test of endurance.
This makes a fresh horse something to consider at Pimlico. Hull is a Preakness gambling commodity that should get a serious look from Preakness betting handicappers. Hull has 3 wins in 3 career starts. He didn’t get to run as a two year old due to sensitive shins but once allowed out on the track he has been dominant.
His last race was a win was April 25 in the Derby Trial Stakes at Churchill downs. Prior to that, his Preakness gambling credentials were built with wins in the Allowance Optional Claiming at Turfway Park and the Maiden Special Weight at Fair Grounds.
Hull will enter Preakness gambling action with jockey Miguel Mena, who has won riding titles in Kentucky since his 2004 debut after arriving from Peru. Take The Points enters Preakness gambling action with a mark of 6 starts, 2 wins, and 2 places.
Take the Points has raced literally cross country with starts in Saratoga, Belmont, Santa Anita, Churchill Downs and Gulfstream Park. His last race was the Santa Anita Derby where he finished a respectable fourth, less than three lengths behind winner Pioneer of the Nile.
Trainer Todd Pletcher is a certain future Hall of Famer and was an understudy of Preakness gambling legend D. Wayne Lucas. He learned under Lucas for six years and is now one of the most respected trainers in his own right. Terrain will enter Preakness gambling with a career mark of 2 starts with 1 show.
He finished third to Friesan Fire and Papa Clem in the Louisiana Derby and fifth to Big Drama in the Delta Jackpot. Terrain will enter Preakness gambling being trained by Albert Stall, Jr.
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