The Kentucky Derby is over and it's on to the 148th Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown. Eight horses will vie for the blanket honor of Black-Eyed Susan — and the $900,000 grand prize — this Saturday, but almost all eyes will be on just one Preakness contender: Dana. Unlike last year's Derby winner, the surprising 2023 winner of Run for the Roses will race in the Preakness Stakes, meaning he has a significant shot at winning the Triple Crown in 2023, an honor only 13 horses have ever achieved. If you want to see Madge continue his quest for the Triple Crown this weekend, here's how to watch the 2023 Preakness Stakes live.
How to Watch the Preakness Stakes 2023
Peekness Date: May, 20, 2023
precision time: 6:50 p.m. ET
Place: Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, MD
Preakness Channel: NBC
Fluctuation Streaming: Peacock
What channel is the Preakness Stakes on this year?
This year's Preakness Stakes is airing on NBC and CNBC. Pre-race coverage will air on CNBC and will air on Peacock from 1-4:30 p.m. Coverage of the main race will air on NBC and will air on Peacock from 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Official post time for the Preakness Stakes race is 6:50 p.m. ET
The 98th Black-Eyed Susan Race, which takes place on Friday, May 19, will also stream on Peacock from 4:30PM ET to 6PM ET. The posting time for Black Eyed Susan Caste is currently listed as approximately 5:44 PM
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2023 Preakness Stakes schedule:
Friday, May 19
Saturday, May 20
Preakness Stakes preliminary race: 1 p.m. (CNBC, PEA)
148th Preakness Stakes: 4:30 PM (NBC, PEA)
Where Are The Preakness Stakes 2023?
The Preakness Stakes are held at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
2023 Preakness horses, post positions and odds
No. 1 Position: National Treasure, 4-1
No. 2 Post: Chase the Chaos, 50-1
No. 3 Position: Dana, 8-5
No. 4 Position: CoffeeWithChris, 20-1
No. 5 Post: Red Route One, 10-1
No. 6 Position: Performance, 15-1
No. 7 Post: Blazing Sevens, 6-1
No. 8 Position: 1st Mission, 5-2
Who Will Win The 2023 Kentucky Derby?
Madge, the 2023 Kentucky Derby winner, will run in this year's Preakness Stakes race, making him eligible for a shot at the Triple Crown. Last year, Rich Strike, the 2022 Kentucky Derby winner, was not included in the race in the Preakness, crushing any shot at a Triple Crown win.
When Are The Belmont Stakes 2023?
The final leg of the Triple Crown will take place on Saturday, June 10. This year marks the 50th anniversary of Secretariat's monumental Triple Crown win in the Belmont Stakes.
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