Preakness Stakes lineup, updated odds and picks: Everything you need to know


Triple Crown hopeful Justify will start from Post 7 as a prohibitive favorite in the 143 Preakness Stakes on Saturday.

The undefeated 2-year-old colt comes into the race as the favorite.

The post-position draw for the Preakness was held on Wednesday afternoon, when the morning-line odds were released.

With or without that issue, the 2018 Preakness Stakes is "no gimme" for Justify, trainer Bob Baffert told Horse Racing Nation.

Kentucky Derby victor Justify is the favorite. Among them will be some familiar faces - Good Magic, Bravazo, and Lone Sailor will all look to improve upon their finishes at Churchill Downs. Visit SportsLine now to get Jody Demling's Preakness victor, see which huge long shot contends, and get the finish positions for every single horse, all from the man who's nailed 8 recent Preakness winners.

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Post time for the 143 Preakness Stakes is set for 5:20 p.m. CDT Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.

Following the PREAKNESS STAKES, TSN heads to Belmont Park in NY, to deliver the final stop in the American Triple Crown, the 150th running of the one and a half mile BELMONT STAKES on June 9.

Quip won the Grade II Tampa Bay Derby and finished second in the Grade I Arkansas Derby, giving him enough points to get in the Kentucky Derby; however, his connections preferred to point him to the Preakness.

Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for Alabama Media Group.