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2017 Preakness Stakes Field Owner Silks Colors and Patterns (UPDATE 5/17)

Following are the owners silks for the this year’s 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes (GI), set to be held on Saturday, May 20 at Pimlico Race Course near Baltimore, MD. Kentucky Derby (GI) winner Always Dreaming will be back to attempt to annex the second jewel of the Triple Crown and was labeled the morning line favorite at 4-5 and will break from post position four. He will be challenged by a field of nine others, including Derby runner-up Lookin at Lee and reigning juvenile champion Classic Empire, who will be back after a very troubled trip in the Run for the Roses. Some of the new shooters include Arkansas Derby (GI) runner-up C0nquest Mo Money and Illinois Derby winner Multiplier.

In post position order, with trainers, jockeys and morning line odds, the field for the Preakness is:

 

Salty -- Gary Barber, Baccari Racing Stable LLC (Chris Baccari) & Chester Prince

1. Multiplier –– Gary Barber, Adam Wachtel & George Kerr Trainer: Brendan Walsh Jockey: Joel Rosario, 30-1

Cloud Computing -- Klaravich Stables Inc. (Seth Klaraman) & William H. Lawrence

2. Cloud Computing — Klaravich Stables Inc. (Seth Klaraman) & William H. Lawrence Trainer: Chad Brown Jockey: Javier Castellano, 12-1

Hence -- Calumet Farm (Brad Kelley)

3. Hence — Calumet Farm (Brad Kelley) Trainer: Steve Asmussen Jockey: Florent Geroux, 20-1

Always Dreaming -- Brooklyn Boyz Stable Teresa Viola Racing, et al.

4. Always Dreaming — Brooklyn Boyz Stable, Teresa Viola Racing, et al., Trainer: Todd Pletcher Jockey: John Velazquez, 4-5

Classic Empire - John C. Oxley

5. Classic Empire – John C. Oxley Trainer: Mark Casse Jockey: Julien Leparoux, 3-1

Gunnevera -- Peacock Racing Stables (Solomon Del-Valle, Guillermo Guerra & Jaime Diaz)

6. Gunnevera — Peacock Racing Stables (Solomon Del-Valle, Guillermo Guerra & Jaime Diaz) Trainer: Antonio Sano Jockey: Mike Smith, 15-1

Hence -- Calumet Farm (Brad Kelley)

7. Term of Art — Calumet Farm (Brad Kelley) Trainer: Doug O’Neill Jockey: Jose Ortiz, 30-1

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8. Senior Investment – Fern Circle Stables Trainer: Ken McPeek Jockey: Channing Hill, 30-1

Lookin at Lee -- L and N Racing (Don Nelson)

9. Lookin at Lee — L and N Racing (Don Nelson) Trainer: Steve Asmussen Jockey: Corey Lanerie, 10-1

Conquest MoMoney

10. Conquest Mo Money — Judge Lainier Racing Trainer: Miguel Hernandez Jockey: Jorge Carreno, 15-1

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