The Kentucky Derby is over, but the 143rd Preakness Stakes is right around the corner, on May 19! We have all you need to know about the eight thoroughbreds running this second leg of the Triple Crown.

If you want to go to the 143rd Preakness Stakes on May 19, get your tickets here! Don’t miss the Budweiser Infield Fest with Post Malone, 21 Savage, Odesza, Frank Walker & Vice in the middle of Pimlico Race Course! If you’re a betting man or woman, here is all you need to know about each of the eight horses anticipated to run.

Bravazo

Trainer: D. Wayne Lukas
Jockey: Luis Saez
Odds: 20-1

Finished sixth in the Kentucky Derby, with a record of 9-3-1-1, even though he was the third-biggest longshot in the field of 20.

Diamond King

Trainer: John Servis
Jockey: Javier Castellano
Odds: 30-1

Earned a spot in the Preakness by winning the Federico Tesio Stakes. His jockey, Castellano, won last year’s Preakness. His record is 6-4-0-1.

Good Magic

Trainer: Chad Brown
Jockey: Jose Ortiz
Odds: 3-1

The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner and runner-up to Justify at the Kentucky Derby with a record of 6-2-3-1. His trainer, Brown, trained last year’s Preakness winner, Cloud Computing.

Justify

Trainer: Bob Baffert
Jockey: Mike Smith
Odds: 1-2

Justify won the Kentucky Derby by 2.5 lengths to stay undefeated and become the first horse since 1882 to win the Derby without racing as a 2-year-old.

Lone Sailor

Trainer: Tom Amoss
Jockey: Irad Ortiz Jr
Odds: 15-1

Lone Sailor was second in the Grade II Louisiana Derby and eighth in the Kentucky Derby.

Quip

Trainer: Rodolphe Brisset
Jockey: Florent Geroux
Odds: 12-1

The colt earned a spot in the Kentucky Derby with a Tampa Bay Derby win, but his team decided to forgo the Kentucky Derby in order to focus in on the Preakness.

Sporting Chance

Trainer: D. Wayne Lukas
Jockey: Luis Contreras
Odds: 30-1

He’s 7-2-1-1 and finished fourth in the Pat Day Mile at Churchill Downs on Kentucky Derby day.

Tenfold

Trainer: Steve Asmussen
Jockey: Victor Espinoza
Odds: 20-1

Tenfold did not race as a 2-year-old and missed this year’s Kentucky Derby after a fifth-place run in the Arkansas Derby. He’s 3-2-0-0, and Espinoza — a three-time Preakness winner — is riding him.

There you have it, all you need to know to win big at the 143rd Preakness Stakes this Saturday, May 19! Go here for the Preakness’s official betting partners!

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