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2010 Preakness Stakes

The 2010 Preakness Stakes was the 135th running of the Preakness Stakes. The race took place on May 15, 2010, and was televised in the United States on the NBC television network. Lookin At Lucky, who was jockeyed by Martin Garcia, won the race. Approximate post time was 6:18 p.m. Eastern Time.[1]

Contents

The field

Finish Post Horse name Trainer Jockey Opening Odds
1 7 Lookin At Lucky Bob Baffert Martin Garcia 3-1
2 11 First Dude Dale L. Romans Ramon Dominguez 20-1
3 6 Jackson Bend Nicholas P. Zito Mike Smith 12-1
4 5 Yawanna Twist Richard E. Dutrow, Jr. Edgar Prado 30-1
5 12 Dublin D. Wayne Lukas Garrett Gomez 10-1
6 10 Paddy O’Prado Dale L. Romans Kent Desormeaux 9-2
7 9 Caracortado Michael Machowsky Paul Atkinson 10-1
8 8 Super Saver Todd A. Pletcher Calvin Borel 5-2
9 2 Schoolyard Dreams Derek S. Ryan Eibar Coa 15-1
10 1 Aikenite Todd A. Pletcher Javier Castellano 20-1
11 3 Pleasant Prince Wesley Ward Julien Leparoux 20-1
12 4 Northern Giant D. Wayne Lukas Terry Thompson 30-1

Payout

Horse Win Place Show
Lookin At Lucky $6.80 $4.60 $3.80
First Dude $16.60 $9.20
Jackson Bend $6.60

$2 Exacta: 7–11 $188.00

$1 Trifecta: 7–11–6 $1,388.50

$1 Superfecta: 7–11–6–5 $8,563

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See also

  • Kentucky Derby 2010 Prep Schedule

References


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