A field of 13 horses run in the second leg of the Triple Crown during Saturday's Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
The two horses that were first to cross the finish line at the Kentucky Derby will not be competing in the race.
Country House, the Derby winner, is a scratch because of a virus, and Maximum Security, who actually came in first before being disqualified for impeding other horses, also will not be at the Preakness.
Last year, Justify took home the Preakness from the No. 7 spot and went on to win the Triple Crown.
Improbable, trained by Bob Baffert and ridden by Mike Smith, the same combination that Justify had last year, is the morning line favorite at the Preakness.
A full list of the updated morning line odds are below:
No. 1: War of Will (4-1)
No. 2: Bourbon War (12-1)
No. 3: Warrior's Charge (12-1)
No. 4: Improbable (5-2)
No. 5: Owendale (10-1))
No. 6: Market King (30-1)
No. 7: Alwaysmining(8-1))
No. 8: Signalman (30-1)
No. 9: Bodexpress (20-1)
No. 10: Everfast (50-1))
No. 11: Laughing Fox (20-1)
No. 12: Anothertwistafate (6-1))
No. 13: Win Win Win (15-1))