Who won the Preakness Stakes in 2024? Full results, finish order & highlights from the race | Sporting News

Who won the Preakness Stakes in 2024? Full results, finish order & highlights from the race | Sporting News

There might not be a Preakness winner quite like Seize the Grey.

The horse is owned by 2,570 people. He’s trained by 88-year-old legend D. Wayne Lukas. He’s jockeyed by 25-year-old Jaime Torres.

Lukas has had horses win the Preakness before, but it has been a while. He came in with six wins, but his horses had not won since 2013. Torres finished 2023 as the top apprentice jockey in the NYRA circuit with 37 wins but had never raced in a Triple Crown event before Preakness.

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Mystik Dan was a surprise winner at the 2024 Kentucky Derby, edging Sierra Leone in one of the closest finishes in race history. But while Mystik Dan made a late push to finish second at the Preakness, he came up just shy of winning the second leg of the Triple Crown.

The Sporting News tracked updates and highlights from the 2024 Preakness Stakes. Follow for live results from the Triple Crown race.

Preakness Stakes finish order

Order Horse Odds
1 Seize the Grey 8-1
2 Mystik Dan 5-2
3 Catching Freedom 7-2
4 Tuscan Gold 7-2
5 Just Steel 9-1
6 Uncle Heavy 7-1
7 Mugatu 20-1
8 Muth SCR

Preakness Stakes live updates, results, highlights from 2024 race

(All times Eastern)

7:09 p.m.: Seize the Grey gives 88-year-old trainer D. Wayne Lukas the win, while 25-year-old jockey Jaime Torres claimed his first Preakness win.

7:08 p.m.: Seize the Grey goes wire-to-wire to win Preakness. He held off Mystik Dan and Catching Freedom to win the Triple Crown race.

7:07 p.m.: At the far turn, Seize the Grey held the lead, but the horses start to gain on him.

7:06 p.m.: Seize the Grey starts off in an early lead by the first turn ahead of Imagination and Just Steel.

7:05 p.m.: The horses are at the post. And they’re off.

7:01 p.m.: The track is officially being given the designation as “muddy” as the horses get to the post.

6:51 p.m.: Ray Lewis has given the “Rider’s Up” call ahead of tonight’s race.

6:49 p.m.: And here’s a look at how other celebrities picked at Preakness.

6:46 p.m.: Mike Tirico goes with Tuscan Gold as the winner. Overall, Tuscan Gold had the most picks with five NBC among the panelists with Imagination (four) getting the second-most picks.

6:45 p.m.: Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson is at the track for the race.

6:35 p.m.: Mystik Dan is on his way.

6:29 p.m.: The current designation for the track is “muddy,” which could be a good sign for Mystik Dan, who won his only race on a muddy course.

6:10 p.m.: Ravens legend Ray Lewis calls Baltimore, “the city of purple love” as the eyes of the horse racing world turn to Maryland for the 2024 Preakness Stakes.

6 p.m.: There has been plenty of analysis about how Mystik Dan will race after running the Kentucky Derby. But what about the horses that will be in the Preakness Stakes and not in the Kentucky Derby? Steve Kornacki breaks it down.

2024 Preakness Stakes post time

  • Date: Saturday, May 18
  • Post time: 7:01 p.m. ET
  • TV coverage: NBC, NBCSports.com, Peacock, Fubo

The post time for the 2024 Preakness Stakes is set for 7:01 p.m. ET. The race is held at the 1 3/16-mile track at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.

The race, along with several others on Saturday, will be carried by CNBC and NBC. Fans can also find the game on Peacock and Fubo, which offers a free trial.

Preakness Stakes post positions

Here is the full list of starting post position and early odds for each horse to win. The morning odds favorite, Muth, was scratched ahead of the race.

Post Position Horse Odds
1 Mugatu 20-1
2 Uncle Heavy 20-1
3 Catching Freedom 6-1
4 Mystik Dan 5/2
5 Seize the Grey 15-1
6 Just Steel 15-1
7 Tuscan Gold 8-1
8 Imagination 6-1

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