The 2019 Preakness Stakes will be the 144th running of the Watch Preakness Stakes Online, the second leg of the American Triple Crown. It will be held on May 18, 2019, at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
The legacies of coaches, horses and riders will be grouped together in Saturday’s 2019 Preakness Stays. Of the 13 horses in the Preakness 2019 range on the Pimlico race track, only two will be driven by riders winning a victory in this Triple Crown race. Mike Smith, who guided Justify to the Triple Crown in 2018 and also won the Preakness with Prairie Bayou in 1993, will be on board Improbable. Javier Castellano, who won both Bernardini (2006) and Cloud Computing (2017), will be at the top of Warrior’s Charge. Castellano also won Pimlico’s Black Eyed Susan on Friday with Point of Honor. Improbable is the favorite of the morning line with 5-2 chances of Preakness as coach Bob Baffert points for an eighth record victory for Preakness. The war of will, organized by the rising star Tyler Gaffalione, has a duration of 4-1. The time of publication is 18:48. AND With so many contenders in one of the best races in the country, you’ll want to see the 2019 Preakness selections of the legendary Hammerin hipper handicap ‘Hank Goldberg.
Goldberg knew who would win the Preakness the last two years before the race. How decades of experience as one of the nation’s top horse disability experts can help, but it also goes directly to the source.
Two years ago, I was in cloud computing as a 14-1 loser to win Preakness after talking with horse coach Chad Brown. When Goldberg learned that Javier Castellano was leaving Gunnevera to set up cloud computing, the Hammer threw himself at him and placed him over his exact, trifactive and superficial bets. The Cloud Computing beat Classic Empire in one of the most exciting Triple Crown races in history: If he bet $ 50 on his Preakness Stakes this year, he would win $ 11,000.
Goldberg also nailed Justify in Preakness last year. In fact, he had spent all this time for months before the future winner of the Triple Crown won the Kentucky Derby. Goldberg took caps 4, 5 and 6 at Pimlico last year, another big win for the Triple Crown return.
Goldberg got off to a good start in 2019 by beating the winning horse of the Pegasus World Cup. He also collected the exact amount in Gotham Stakes, Rebel Stakes and Arkansas Derby, among others. All who followed Goldberg’s example are at the top.
Now that the Pimlico race is coming, Goldberg publishes its 2019 Preakness Stakes selections on SportsLine.
We can tell you that it has a high level in Alwaysmining, a very distant possibility of 8-1 probabilities. Alwaysmining is a local challenger who is looking to become the ninth high horse in Maryland to win the Preakness and the first in 36 years. The colt trained by Kelly Rubley will have at his side the townsmen and will make his first opening to Pimlico.
No horse comes warmer. In fact, Alwaysmining has won six consecutive races, almost at Laurel Park. He always posted quick times and also beat Win Win Win (15-1 Preakness) at Heft Stakes last December. His main claim is to win the Federico Tesio Stakes, a “Preakness” that wins and ranks for a huge 11 1/2 lengths on Trifor Gold. A month ago, during this race, he ran 1 1/8 of a mile in 1: 50.12. Alwaysmining also has a lot to tell, as a win would make Rubley the first coach to win Preakness. “He has won six consecutive races, you have to respect that,” Goldberg told SportsLine. “He is a very talented horse.”
Another surprise: Goldberg is losing the war of will, one of the best favorites in Las Vegas with a 4-1 record. In fact, Goldberg claims that War of Will does not even reach the board.
The war of the will can remain in the story as the horse that was hit by the maximum safety in the Kentucky Derby, which led to the first disqualification of a Derby horse winner in the objection. The testament war disappeared after the incident and ended seventh. The racehorse failed to keep his career in the Derby after taking the number 1 ranking. This was again the number one for the Preakness and it will not be the speed of the race at Pimlico, so Goldberg sees another disappearance in his future.
“I do not like will war in the first place, your side says it will be good to get out of the railroad, but I do not buy it,” Goldberg told SportsLine. “He needs the lead, but he will not get it in the 2019 Preakness. I do not see him near the front end.”