142nd Preakness Stakes Preview, Odds and Predictions

WASHINGTON — If you want to make some money this Saturday betting on the Preakness, you’re either really rich or just dreaming if you think it can be done picking Always Dreaming to win the second leg of the Triple Crown.

At 4-5 odds, the Kentucky Derby winner won’t net you much at all if you’re betting straight up. And unlike the Derby, the field is cut in half, so Always Dreaming will only be running against nine other horses. Here’s how they line up:

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No. 1\u00a0Multiplier (30-1 morning-line\u00a0odds)\n

Owner: Gary Barber, et al\n

Trainer: Brendan Walsh\n

Jockey: Joel Rosario\n

(AP Photo\/Garry Jones)\n"},{"type":"photo","media":"


No. 2\u00a0Cloud Computing (12-1)\n

Owner: Klaravich Stables and William H. Lawrence\n

Trainer: Chad Brown\n

Jockey: Javier Castellano\n

(AP Photo\/Garry Jones)\n"},{"type":"photo","media":"


No. 3\u00a0Hence (20-1)\n

Owner: Calumet Farm\n

Trainer: Steve Asmussen\n

Jockey: Florent Geroux\n

(AP Photo\/Patrick Semansky)\n"},{"type":"photo","media":"


No. 4\u00a0Always Dreaming (4-5)\n

Owner: Brooklyn Boyz Stables, et al\n

Trainer: Todd Pletcher\n

Jockey: John Velazquez\n

(AP Photo\/Patrick Semansky)\n"},{"type":"ad","media":"


No. 5\u00a0Classic Empire (3-1)\n

Owner: John C. Oxley\n

Trainer: Mark Casse\n

Jockey: Julien Leparoux\n

(Photo by Patrick Smith\/Getty Images)\n"},{"type":"photo","media":"


No. 6\u00a0Gunnevera (15-1)\n

Owner: Peacock Racing Stables\n

Trainer: Antonio Sano\n

Jockey: Mike Smith\n

(Photo by Rob Carr\/Getty Images)\n"},{"type":"embed","media":"

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