Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah remains the favorite to win Saturday's 140th running of the Preakness Stakes, according to SportsBook.ag.
At the beginning of the week, American Pharoah was a 5-6 favorite to win the second leg of the Triple Crown, but the colt moved up slightly to a 10-13 favorite after drawing the rail position on Wednesday.
Saturday morning, American Pharoah remained the odds-on favorite at 5-7.
The top three finishers at the Kentucky Derby—American Pharoah, Firing Line, which came in second, and Dortmund, which finished third—will all compete in the Preakness.
The $1.5 million Preakness Stakes take place at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
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American Pharoah (Victor Espinoza/Bob Baffert): 5–6
Firing Line (Gary Stevens/Simon Callaghan): 7–2
Dortmund (Martin Garcia/Bob Baffert): 4–1
Danzig Moon (Julien Leparoux/Mark Casse): 14–1
Divining Rod (Javier Castellano/Arnaud Delacour): 17–1
Mr. Z (Corey Nakatani /D. Wayne Lukas): 18–1
Bodhisattva (Trevor McCarthy/Jose Corrales): 30–1
Tale of Verve (Joel Rosario/Dallas Stewart): 30–1