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Preakness Stakes Winners

2017 Preakness Stakes 142 Winner
Cloud Computin came from behind to beat those two horses this Saturday at the Preakness, defying forecasts.

Having a rested horse can be an advantage in the Triple Crown. Cloud Computing did not go to the Kentucky Derby, where eventual winner Always Dreaming and Classic Empire starred in a vibrant mud duel at Churchill Downs..

2016 Preakness Stakes 141 Winner
Exaggerator pulls off a win at Preakness, denying Nyquist's Triple Crown bid.

It wasn't an easy win for Exaggerator, though. For much of the race, the colt trailed not only Nyquist but Uncle Lino, as well. As in the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago, Exaggerator mounted a last-minute bid to take the lead; unlike that last race, however, Exaggerator finished the job.

2015 Preakness Stakes 140 Winner
American Pharoah captured the second jewel of the 2015 Triple Crown with another impressive victory at the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course. Jockey Victor Espinoza pushed the pace early and built a lead before storming away from the competition down the stretch, winning by a wide margin in a time of 1:58.46.

American Pharoah's seven-length victory was the widest margin at the Preakness since 2004. Tale of Verve, a 25-to-1 long shot, overtook Divining Rod near the wire to take second place.

2014 Preakness Stakes 139 Winner
California Chrome they may be named Dumbass Partners, but Steve Coburn and Perry Martin look pretty smart on Saturday after California Chrome, bred of an $8,000 mare and $2,500 sire, won the 139th Preakness Stakes in Baltimore.

California Chrome, dubbed the "people's horse" by his connections, became the fifth California-bred horse to win the Preakness and the first since Snow Chief in 1986. He was also the first California-bred horse to win the Kentucky Derby since 1962.

2013 Preakness Stakes 138 Winner
Oxbow ridden by Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens, took the lead of the Preakness right from the starting gate and led every step of the way for the win. The quest for the first Triple Crown winner since 1978 ended Saturday, as Orb failed to win the Preakness as the odds-on favorite at post time. The drought will continue for at least one more year.

Oxbow is a three-year-old colt by Awesome Again out of a Cee's Tizzy mare (Tizamazing), trained by D. Wayne Lukas, owned by Calumet Farm and ridden by Gary Stevens.

2012 Preakness Stakes 137 Winner
I'll Have Another the super horse as he once again caught Bodemeister on a grinding finish to win the 137th Preakness Stakes—and now tries to become the 12th Triple Crown in history.

Mario Gutierrez settled I'll Have Another in fourth just outside of Went the Day Well, who was forwardly placed today in the early goings.

I'll Have Another caught Bodemeister in the last strides to win by a head in a thrilling finish, covering the 1 3/16 miles in 1:55.94. Bodemeister once again was gallant in defeat, but this time he had no excuse, he lost to the better horse.

2011 Preakness Stakes 136 Winner
Shackleford proving the that odds-making is truly a guessing game, 12-1 underdog Shackleford won the 2011 Preakness Stakes, and its $1 million purse, after leading for large portions of the race.

Animal Kingdom, the Kentucky Derby winner, wasn't able to sneak up on anyone this time, and his late charge came up well short.

The victory was redemption for Shackleford, who finished fourth behind Animal Kingdom after leading for much of that race.

2010 Preakness Stakes 135 Winner
Lookin At Lucky rebounded from a disappointing performance in the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago to prevail over 11 rivals by three-quarters of a length in the 135th running of the $1,000,000 Preakness Stakes

Super Saver, the 9-5 favorite who gave trainer Todd Pletcher his long-awaited Kentucky Derby victory two weeks ago, pressed the early pace before fading to eighth under jockey Calvin Borel.

Following Lookin At Lucky’s trouble-filled sixth-place finish at Churchill Downs as the beaten favorite, Baffert elected to replace regular rider Garrett Gomez with the 25-year-old Garcia. Lookin at Lucky broke cleanly and settled in fifth behind the pacesetting First Dude and jockey Ramon Dominguez. Garcia asked his colt for run on the far turn in pursuit of First Dude, who had clicked off solid quarter-mile fractions of :22.91, :46.47 and 1:11.22.

2009 Preakness Stakes 134 Winner
The 134th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland took place on Saturday, May 16, 2009. The winner, with a time of 1:55:08, was Rachel Alexandra. She was the first filly to win the race since 1924 and the first to win from the number 13 post.

Rachel Alexandra jumped out to an early lead and to do it, she had to outrun 12 males, including the Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird, who closed furiously from last to finish second, beaten by one length.

2008 Preakness Stakes 133 Winner
Big Brown charged to the lead turning for home and then cruised down the stretch to win the Preakness on Saturday, still perfect and squarely pointed toward thoroughbred racing's first Triple Crown in 30 years.

Just as he did two weeks ago in a Kentucky Derby marred by the breakdown of Eight Belles, the colt named for UPS delivered another stunning win, this time by 5 1/4 lengths. Macho Again was second and Icabad Crane was third.

The Belmont Stakes will be run June 7. It's been three decades since Affirmed swept that race along with the Derby and Preakness to give racing its 11th Triple Crown winner.

Big Brown paid $2.40, $2.60 and $2.40. Macho Again returned $17.20 and $10.40,
while Icabad Crane paid $5.60 to Show.

132 Preakness Sakes Results 2007

Curlin heads back to the barn with his flowers and Preakness winner's blanket.

Curlin dug in late to poke his head in front at the line to get the victory in 1:53.46, tying the stakes record. It was a long 4 lengths back to the tiring Hard Spun in third, and 25-1 C P West was fourth. Circular Quay was fifth.

Finish Horse Jockey Trainer Odds Win Place Show
1 Bernardini Javier Castellano Tom Albertrani 12-1 27.80 9.40 5.80
2 Sweetnorthernsaint Kent Desormeaux Michael Trombetta 7-1 7.80 5.00
3 Hemingway's Key Jeremy Rose Nick Zito 30-1 8.00
 131st Preakness Stakes Results 2006

Preakness 131 ResultsThe 2006 renewal of the $1,000,000 Preakness (G1), the second jewel of racing's Triple Crown, was contested at Pimlico Race Course before a paid attendance of 118,402. Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro was sent off as the overwhelming 1-2 favorite in the field of nine. Tragedy struck about a furlong into the race, when Barbaro injured his right hind leg and was pulled up by jockey Edgar Prado just past the finish while the rest of the field continued around the clubhouse turn. 13-1 shot Bernardini stalked the early pace of 17-1 shot Like Now through a half in 46.69, taking over the lead at top of the stretch and drawing away to win by 5 1/4 lengths over 8-1 shot Sweetnorthernsaint in a time of 1:54.65 for 1 3/16 miles on a fast track. 29-1 outsider Hemingway's Key was third and Brother Derek, who had to check when Barbaro broke down in front of him, was fourth. The win gave jockey Javier Castellano and trainer Tom Albertrani their first in a Triple Crown event.

130th Preakness Stakes 2005 Results

Preakness Day - May 21
Gates Open 8:00 a.m.
Rain or Shine First Race Post Time 10:30 a.m.
Preakness Stakes Post Time 6:05 p.m.

Afleet Alex barely averted disaster to win the 130th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico. The three-year-old colt rebounded from a third place finish in the Kentucky Derby to win the second leg of racing's Triple Crown. The time for the $1 million Preakness Stakes was 1:55 on a fast track.

Afleet Alex wins the 130th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico, May 21, 2005.

Pgm Horse Win Place Show
12 Afleet Alex $8.60 $5.00 $3.20
18 Scrappy T   $11.20 $5.80
13 Giacomo     $4.80


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