142nd Preakness Stakes Field Drawn

The $1.5 million Preakness, set for its 142nd running as race 13 on a 14-race card, is set for 6:48 p.m. ET Saturday in Baltimore.  Horse name, jockey, trainer, morning line odds.

Preakness Stakes 142, May 20, 2017 6:48 PM ET

1 Multiplier Joel Rosario Brendan Walsh 30-1
2 Cloud Computing Javier Castellano Chad Brown 12-1
3 Hence Florent Geroux Steve Asmussen 20-1
4 Always Dreaming John Velazquez Todd Pletcher 4-5
5 Classic Empire Julian Leparoux Mark Casse 3-1
6 Gunnevera Mike Smith Antonio Sano 15-1
7 Term of Art Jose Ortiz Doug O’Neill 30-1
8 Senior Investment Channing Hill Ken McPeek 30-1
9 Lookin At Lee Corey Lanerie Steve Asmussen 10-1
10 Conquest Mo MoneyJorge Carreno Miguel Hernandez 15-1

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