Preakness gambling is often about finding hidden gems that the majority of the Preakness betting public overlook before the race as they fixate on the chalks. General Quarters will enter Preakness gambling as one of the better sleepers available for Preakness betting.
He went off at 10-1 in the Kentucky Derby but finished 10th in the slop at Churchill Downs. His Preakness gambling resume includes 12 starts, 3 wins, 3 places, and 1 show. His first career win was a claiming race at Churchill Downs just prior to Big Brown’s winning of the Kentucky Derby.
Owner Trainer Tom McCarthy has hung with this horse despite a slow start to his career and it paid off as General Quarters won the Sam F Davis at Tampa and the Blue Grass Stakes as Keeneland to bolster his Preakness gambling credentials.
General Quarters will be mounted in Preakness gambling action by Julian Leparoux, who is a Frenchman that came to the United States in 2003 and won the Eclipse Award for apprentice jockeys. Flying Private will enter Preakness gambling action with 1 win and 4 places in 11 starts.
He finished dead last out of 19 horses in the Kentucky Derby. What has Flying Private attracting Preakness gambling attention is his trainer, hall of famer D. Wayne Lucas, who will make his 32nd Preakness start, where he has won 5 times. Lucas has a total of 13 Triple Crown racing victories.
Lucas remains upbeat and confident about Flying Private and thinks that the “real” Flying Private will show up in Baltimore. Alan Garcia will get the Preakness gambling mount for Flying Private.
Big Drama skipped the Kentucky Derby for the Preakness and will be fresh, ready, and with a strong resume that includes 5 wins, 1 place, and 1 show in 7 starts. He finished first in the Swale Stakes on March 28 but was disqualified for bumping. John Velazquez will get the mount and is one of the winningest jockeys anywhere.
Sports-Gambling will have the Preakness on Saturday so be sure and open an account for the excitement!