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If you're looking for early predictions for the colts that you should be throwing down on in the 135th Preakness Stakes, look no further than Cappers Info! We've got the race covered from wire to wire and have your winning superfecta all picked out!
#8 Super Saver (+200 at BetUS Sportsbook) – The favorite of the Preakness Stakes odds is once again the colt that won the Kentucky Derby. Jockey Calvin Borel has most famously come out and declared that his horse will win the Triple Crown, but the sledding is going to be very tough for him against this field of 12. Many are entered seemingly only to see to it that Super Saver doesn't win the second leg of the Triple Crown, as opposed to on Derby Day when it was every colt for himself. Don't be shocked if the man nicknamed Calvin "Bo-Rail" has a hard time getting inside position for his horse, which is going to make things difficult. In a longer race, we'd be picking Super Saver to come out on top. But we think there are too many landmines for him to really make a difference overall.
#6 Jackson Bend (+1200 at BetUS Sportsbook) – Jackson Bend is the longest shot on the board amongst horses that ran in the Kentucky Derby. Most famous for finishing second to Eskendereya in two prep races leading up to the Triple Crown, Jackson Bend isn't considered a tremendous threat to win this race, but perhaps horse racing betting fans should be paying more attention to him. This is a colt that didn't have a clean run at Churchill Downs, but still has a solid core of people working with him. Trainer Nick Zito thinks that this thoroughbred gives him the best shot at taking down a Triple Crown jewel, and jockey Mike Smith has been given the vote of confidence that he is the man that can take this horse to the winner's circle in spite of the fact that he had such a miserable 12th place finish in the Kentucky Derby.
#12 Dublin (+1000 at BetUS Sportsbook) – What a great price for a horse that may have some help in winning the race! If trainer D. Wayne Lukas has his way, his other entrant into this race, #4 Northern Giant will push the pace early on the rail. That would really serve two purposes. First would be to stretch out the stalkers in this field and make them run at a slightly more uncomfortable pace than perhaps they would be accustomed to. The second is to still right there on the rail and make Borel do something different to get past him. With the Dublin camp knowing this strategy, this could be the horse to come up right at the wire and get the job done.
#7 Lookin At Lucky (+300 at BetUS Sportsbook) – Many wondered whether or not Lookin At Lucky could successfully pull off the Kentucky Derby on the rail or not. Not. Running out of the #1 spot at Churchill Downs for a colt that isn't a speed horse is virtually impossible. It would've been quite the feat had Lookin At Lucky pulled it off, especially on a sloppy, and very unpredictable track. However, this colt is back, and he's very deserving of being called a favorite in this race. After all, he still has six wins under his belt already and, save Super Saver, he is the only other three year old horse that is running in any of the Triple Crown races that can say that he is already worth a million bucks! At post #7, things still aren't ideal for Lookin At Lucky, but he'll be in store for a significantly cleaner run on Saturday than he was two weeks ago, and the end result should make him the horse to beat.
Cappers Info Superfecta – #7 Lookin At Lucky – #12 Dublin – #6 Jackson Bend – #8 Super Saver