2013 Preakness Stakes PredictionsPreakness Predictions
Preakness Stakes predictions are much easier to predict compared to the Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes. The Preakness Stakes is the second leg out of three for the Triple Crown title. It takes place 2 weeks after the Derby. The 2013 Preakness Stakes takes place on Saturday, May 18th.
Like any major horse race, you must do some statistic research on every Preakness Stakes hopeful. Anticipating promising bets from such information is known as "horse handicapping", a worthwhile procedure which presents you with factual information as to which horses are the most likely to win.
Expert horse handicapper Arthur Bodley of 1800-Sports.com has returned for the 2013 horse betting picks season. Over the years, Arthur has made some exceptional predictions. Let's see what he can do for the 2013 Preakness Stakes. "I see an Orb crossing the finishing line first at Pimlico!" exclaimed Bodley. "After seeing his stellar performance in the Derby, right now I have to take him to win this Saturday." Take a look at all the Preakness betting odds and post positions before the running of the 138th Preakness Stakes!
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For the Preakness Stakes an easy prediction is to pick the winner of the Kentucky Derby if he is racing. The Preakness Stakes is much shorter track than both the Derby and the Belmont Stakes, so the chances for a victory are high. That might not be the case this year, since a 50/1 odds horse won the Derby!
Always keep your eyes open for the underdogs, or the dark horses that have excellent chances but which, for some reason or another stay out of the spot-light. Also, stay away from amateur Derby trainers and jockeys. You should choose a horse that belongs to a professional jockey. Choose horses that have consistently and continually been racing for quite some time or who has a total of six races to its credit.
The horse that you choose should be fit and fine and should have run at least as far as one mile and an eighth in a prep race. As a measurement to find the horses true potential, its breed and ancestry is studied and its in-bred potential for running a mile and a quarter distance of the Derby is deduced.
by Arthur Bodley at 1800-sports.com on May 04, 2013
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