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Preakness Wagering Hidden Gems

Preakness wagering will include some potentially great values that Preakness gambling fans may be able to take advantage of.

Preakness wagering may focus on the favorites but there is an additional excellent pair of horses that can go all the way to the Preakness gambling winner’s circle.  Papa Clem is just the type of horse that is perfect for Preakness wagering.  Papa Clem has a career record of 7 starts with 2 wins, 2 places, and 2 shows.

He enters Preakness gambling action having finished 4th in the Kentucky Derby, a nose out of third and a head out of second.  Papa Clem’s Preakness wagering resume includes a win in this year’s Arkansas Derby.

Papa Clem’s true Preakness wagering background is Californian, however, and among his best races was a second place finish to Pioneer of the Nile in the Robert Lewis.  He also finished 2nd to Friesan Fire in the Louisiana Derby.  Former Preakness wagering winner Curlin is the sire of Papa Clem.

Rafael Bejarano will ride Papa Clem and has titles from Churchill Downs, Keeneland, Turfway, Kentucky Downs, and Ellis Park.  After a solid meet at Gulfstream Park he ventured out to California to instantly become a dominant rider.

Musket Man will have the attention of the Preakness wagering crowd after a solid third place finish in the Kentucky Derby, where he was ignored by most of the gamblers and media.  Musket Man has a Preakness wagering resume that includes 5 wins and 2 shows in 7 starts.

He also has a Preakness wagering bonus of having won both the Tampa and the Illinois Derbys.  Musket Man races in a style that is perfect for the longer runs such as the Preakness.  Eibar Coa will mount Musket Man.  Coa has been dominant at Gulfstream Park in Florida after a run of seven titles at Belmont and Aqueduct.

He was the top New York rider in 2006 and 2007 with more wins than any other jockey.  The fact that this horse has finished in the money for every one of his races is a testament to his great value.

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