Preakness Stakes 2017 results and payouts: Cloud Computing charges to win
Cloud Computing, inside, claims the title at the 142nd Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course.
Cloud Computing, carrying 13-1 odds, won the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
Always Dreaming, winner of the first leg of the Triple Crown, paced the field at the three-quarter pole before fading down the stretch.
Instead, jockey Javier Catellano rode three-year Cloud Computing past the Kentucky Derby champion and Classic Empire down the stretch. Always Dreaming finished eighth.
At 13-1, Cloud Computing paid $28.80 to win. It was the second Preakness win for Castellano, who rode Bernardini to victory in 2006. Trainer Chad Brown won his first Preakness Stakes.
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1. Cloud Computing (13-1)
Win: $28.80. Place: $8.60. Show: $6.00
2. Classic Empire (2-1)
Place: $4.40. Show: $4.00
3. Senior Investment (25-1)
$2 Exacta (2-5) $98.40
$1 Trifecta (2-5-8) $1,097.30
$1 Superfecta (2-5-8-9) $8,162.80
4 Lookin at Lee
7 Conquest Mo Money
8 Always Dreaming
10 Term of Art
Your 142nd #Preakness Stakes winner! #CloudComputing pic.twitter.com/9GzhpuBjY0
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