Preakness 2023: Post Positions, Odds, And What Mage Has To Do To Win

The Preakness is the brutal sleeper within the three Triple Crown races, shorter by a sixteenth of a mile than the Derby but, at two short weeks out from the longest race the three-year-olds have run in their lives, its timing pushes the young athletes’ resilience to its limit. That’s the very good reason some trainers prefer to skip the Derby and point their chargers specifically to Pimlico, as seven of the eight trainers in the 2023 Preakness have done.

Derby winner Mage is lone exception, by definition this year’s only Triple Crown contender and at 8-5 in the Pimlico morning line, he is this year’s young

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