Preakness Stakes Winners

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2010 Preakness Stakes 135 Winner

The 135th Preakness Stakes or the Preakness Stakes 2010 is over and Lookin at Lucky successfully made it to be on top of the several competitors joined the event. This horse racing event was held at the Pimlico Racetrack in Baltimore, Maryland. 2010 Preakness Stakes 135 Winner

2009 Preakness Stakes 134 Winner

Filly Rachel Alexandra is the winner of the 134th Preakness Stakes! With the rain beginning to come down right before post time, the handicappers were in a frenzy. The grandstands at Pimlico Racetrack in Baltimore, Maryland, were full of horse enthusiasts as the Win/Place/Show finishers crossed the line, completing the second leg of the Triple Crown. The top three finishers for the 2009 Preakness Stakes are Rachel Alexandra, Mine That Bird and Musket Man. 2009 Preakness Stakes 134 Winner

2008 Preakness Stakes 133 Winner

When: May 17, 2008

Track: Pimlico Race Course

Distance: 1 3/16 miles

Purse: $1 million

Record: 1:53 2/5 (Louis Quatorze, 1996,

Tanks’s Prospect, 1985)

TV: NBC

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.

2008 Preakness Stakes 133 Winner

132 Preakness Stakes results 2007

TV – NBC, 5 p.m. ET

Track – Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, Md.

Distance -1 3/16 miles

Record – 1:53 2/5

Tank’s Prospect, 1985

Louis Quatorze, 1996

Purse – $1 Million

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.

Pgm, Horse, Jockey, Win, Place, Show

4, Curlin, Albarado, 8.80, 3.80, 2.80

8, Street Sense, Borel, 3.00, 2.40

7, Hard Spun, Pino, 3.00

$2 Exacta 4-8 23.20

$2 Trifecta 4-8-7 50.00

$1 Superfecta 4-8-7-9 340.3

132 Preakness Stakes results 2007

131st Preakness Stakes Results 2006

Bernardini – Trainer Tom Albertrani’s first success in a Triple Crown race was overshadowed by the tragic injury suffered by Derby winner Barbaro shortly after the start of Saturday’s 131st running of the Preakness Stakes (gr. I) at Pimlico Race Course. Yet, the 48-year-old trainer couldn’t help but feel proud of Bernardini, who captured the Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown by 5 1/4 lengths under Javier Castellano. 131st Preakness Stakes Results 2006

130th Preakness Stakes Results 2005

Preakness Stakes May 21, 2005

TV – NBC, 5 p.m. ET

Track – Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, Md.

Distance -1 3/16 miles

Record – 1:53 2/5

Tank’s Prospect, 1985

Louis Quatorze, 1996

Purse – $1 Million

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.

131st Preakness Stakes Results 2006