Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Justify Draws 7th Position For Preakness

Justify Draws 7th Position For Preakness

The post-position draw for the Preakness was held on Wednesday afternoon, when the morning-line odds were released. TSN's coverage begins at 5 p.m. ET on TSN2 as the top performing thoroughbreds in the world compete in the Middle Jewel of the American Triple Crown.

The post positions and opening odds are now set for the Preakness Stakes, with Justify running as the clear favorite to win the race and continue his run towards the Triple Crown.

Good Magic is back to challenge Justify again, along with Bravazo and Lone Sailor, which finished sixth and eighth in the Kentucky Derby, respectively.

Justify will face three other challengers he beat two weeks ago at Churchill Downs - Good Magic, Lone Sailor and Bravazo - and four horses who skipped the Derby - Quip, Tenfold, Sporting Chance and Diamond King. 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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A almost 136-year-old streak of odd luck, set on May 16, 1882, was broken May 5 of this year, with the victory of 3-year-old Justify in the Kentucky Derby.

The most recent horse to start from Post 7 and win the Preakness was Lookin at Lucky in 2010.

Trainer Bob Baffert's record at Preakness bodes well for Justify, though. The horse was "closing well" at both the Kentucky Derby and Louisiana Derby, Goldberg said, and could hit the board at the Preakness.

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