Preakness Odds Affected By Rainy Forecast? 5/20

How much will the Preakness odds be moved because of a rainy forecast for May 20th?  HRWager has not only been watching the radar but talking to clients in the Baltimore region for their input.  Moisture whether heavy or light have been oozing into the ground the entire week.  A normal 70 degree day is supposed to only get up to 50 degrees for race time.  Many factors are making this second leg of the Triple Crown into an unusual event to handicap for horse racing fans.

Preakness Odds : To the Weather Forecast

Mixed bag for Nyquist.  The good news is that the California based horse should not be distrubed by the temperature aspect of the race.  Moisture levels are a different story.  A near 80 percent chance of rain will put him in an environment that he is not familiar with.  This horse with its perfect record has been groomed a little bit to avoid races that could have this condition.  Now he can not, so what will the result be?  He could have raced Santa Anita with this type of weather is typical.  Instead, he opted for the Florida Derby.  So if the odds remain pricey on Nyquist, this translates into an extreme loss of value as you are paying an inflated price for a horse whose chances to win are going to be reduced.

Remember Sunny’s Halo?

Sunny’s Halo was a big favorite to win the Preakness at nearly 11 to 10.  Similar weather hit the region as this.  Let us relive that moment in racing history with a special thank you to the Horse Racing Youtube channel for sharing this.

There is a reason why Pimlico does not get the big names for most any other race but this one.  The dirt mixture here is notorious for turning into the slop you see before you.  With the chance for wet weather any weekend, this is what you can get and why most horses like Nyquist would steer clear if they could.

So where does this leave us?  Of course with Part II of our Preakness Preview tomorrow.  Get down to work as the exact weather conditions at post time could pay off for handsome profit for the prepared mind.  Good fortune today and we will see you later on here at HRW.

 

$25 Gift Card to Winner Of Preakness Stakes Contest 5/20

$25 Gift Card to Winner Of Preakness Stakes Contest 5/20

 

HRWager wishes to inform out membership base of contests that we run on The Gambling Forum.  We are a proud sponsor of the site.  Any customer of HRWager can join The Gambling Forum to win extra prizes in addition to the generous promotions available here at the HRW.

 

gift card

Gift card giveaway from The Gambling Forum concerning the second leg of the Triple Crown.  Good morning from HRWager to all those on The Gambling Forum.  As a small token of our appreciation towards TGF forum members, we are giving away a $25 gift card from TGF’s store for the Preakness Stakes.  Registration for the forum and this contest are free.  So take a shot at enjoying this race with something to win that costs you absolutely nothing.

 

Gift Card Giveaway : $25.00 Gift Card

Preakness is the second leg of the Triple Crown.  What makes this more exciting than most years is the sloppy conditions that are in the forecast.  It takes a favorite like Nyquist and provides an equalizer to the rest of the field.  In the spirit of this wild finish, HRWager is giving away one $25.00 card to the winner of this contest.  If no one predicts the top three finishers, there will be a second contest held within a week’s time for free that will end in the gift card being given away.  Put a little something on the race, watch from the dry confines at home, and join a community of like minded sports fans who discuss most things under the sun at TGF.

The Gambling Forum’s Store

TGF has a store here people can spend their posting points to gain real world prizes.  Rewards for participation could be the following.

  • Amazon card
  • Pizza, Pizza, and more Pizza
  • Walmart
  • Spotify

These are just some of the major retailers whose gift cards you can get for free just by belonging and posting at our forum.  Nothing to cost to register or post your opinions each day.

Good fortune to all who enter.  Enjoy the Preakness for the slop fest that it might be on Saturday.  We will see you tomorrow with the second part of our Preakness Preview here at The Gambling Forum.