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Preakness Results - 2005 Preakness Stakes Race Results
by Doc's Sports
This year's Preakness Stakes Results was interesting as Afleet Alex came to the backstretch in position to blow away the field when he ran into the back of Scrappy T and nearly threw his jockey off. However, Jeremy Rose made a great recovery to stay on his horse and pulled away for victory in the Preakness. Afleet Alex was by far the best horse in the Preakness Stakes and will be a heavy favorite when the Belmont States comes on June 11, 2005.
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2005 Preakness Stakes Morning Line Odds
by Doc's Sports - 05/18/05
Listed below are the morning line odds for Preakness 130. The lineup comes from Pimlico and were established after the postpositons were drawn on May 18 th 2005.
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Preakness History -- Triple Crown's Second Leg Has Rich Past
by Chris, the Impaler - 05/18/05
A few months before the out break of the Civil War in 1861 and the first Battle of Bull Run/first Battle of Manassas, around the time South Carolina succeeded from the Union, Maryland had the first run for the Woodlawn Vase, what is now, 144 years later, the trophy for the Preakness Stakes.
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Betting the Preakness Stakes
by Chris, the Impaler - 05/17/2005
Whether you play at your local OTB parlor, online, or actually get off your ass and make it to Pimlico (United State's second oldest thoroughbred track next to Saratoga) on Saturday for the 130th running of the Preakness Stakes, from a gambler's perspective, the Preakness offers the casual player the best chance to win based on available information.
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Preakness Entries Starting to Take Shape
by Max of Doc’s Sports - 05/17/2005
With the surprising results of the Kentucky Derby now more then a week old, all eyes are toward the Preakness. Can Kentucky Derby Winner Giacomo follow up his amazing victory with another shocking performance at Pimlico? All early signs would say know ‘no’ but this horse had been counted out before and look what he accomplished. However, he will not go off at 50-1 in this race.
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Preakness Stakes Horse Racing Facts
by Doc's Sports - 05/16/2005
These are some interesting facts about the Preakness that we’ve gathered from articles, horse racing publications, and other sites over the years. Information you may find interesting.
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Preakness Stakes -- Length Matters
by Chris, the Impaler - 05/12/2005
"Pimlico is more than a dirt track bounded by four streets," Maryland Jockey Club President, Alfred G. Vanderbilt said more than 50 years ago. "It is an accepted American institution, devoted to the best interests of a great sport, graced by time, respected for its honorable past."
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Preakness Stakes Winners
Below lists the Preakness Stakes Winners since the race's existence in 1873. The race takes place each year the middle of May. Also listed with the Preakness Stakes Winner is the Jockey that rode the champion. If you see a (T) listed with the Preakness Stakes Winners that indicates that the horse went on to win the triple crown.
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Below you will find information on 2005 Preakness odds and tips on betting the 2005 Preakness Stakes. This page will be updated with picks and links to other Preakness Stakes articles written by our staff.
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