2008 Preakness Stakes Coverage
2008 Preakness Results
Kentucky Derby winner Big Brown lived up to his hype and short odds with a runaway win the in the 2008 Preakness. It was 5 1/4 lengths back to Derby Trial winner Macho Again in second, with local hero Icabad Crane third. Get the results, chart, and photos here.
More 2008 Preakness Photos
Big Brown has now won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, so he will be trying to become the next Triple Crown winner when he runs in the Belmont Stakes on June 7, 2008. Here is a collection of more photos from his Preakness day, including a few scenic shots of events during the day along with six more photos of Big Brown from being saddled to his return to the barn.
2008 Preakness Undercard Results
There were eight other stakes on the Preakness card, five of them graded, including the Dixie Stakes (G2) won by Pays to Dream and the Allaire DuPont Distaff (G2) won by Buy the Barrel. Get the results, charts, and photos here for all 8 races here.
2008 Black-Eyed Susan Day at Pimlico
Friday at Pimlico, Sweet Vendetta rallied from last to win the Black-Eyed Susan and Student Council just got up by a neck to win the Pimlico Special. Also on the Friday card were the Miss Preakness win by Palanka City, the Woodlawn won by Termsofengagement, and The Very One won by All Giving. Get the results, chart, and photos for all 5 here.
2008 Preakness Works
Photos from the Thursday before the 2008 Preakness from the morning activities at Pimlico, including Kentucky Derby winner Big Brown, Gayego, and more.
2008 Alibi Breakfast
Photos and quotes from the traditional pre-Preakness Alibi Breakfast at Pimlico on Thursday May 15, 2008.
2008 Preakness Entries
A field of 13 was entered with Kentucky Derby winner Big Brown set as the heavy favorite at odds of 1-2. The the post positions, odds, and free past performances here.
Analyzing the Top 2008 Preakness Contenders
Trying to pick a winner for the 133rd Preakness by matching the contenders to the profile of a Preakness winner.
2008 Preakness Contenders
It looks like Big Brown may be the only Derby horse to go to Maryland, with the rest waiting for the Belmont, so lots of new horses will show up here. Updated until entries were taken, so go to the entries page for the latest info.