2013 Preakness Stakes: Oxbow shocks at 15/1
There won’t be a Triple Crown winner this year, as Oxbow denied heavily-favored Orb and won wire-to-wire at the Preakness Stakes.
Bettors could have bought Oxbow at 20/1 earlier in the week, but he was being dealt at 15/1 in the days leading up to the race.
Oxbow, at 15-1, paid $32.80, $12 to place and $8.80 to show.
Itsmyluckyday paid $7.80 to place and $5 to show.
Mylute, with Rosie Napravnik making her first Preakness start, paid $5.20 to show.
The 6-9 exacta paid $150.70. And the 6-9-5 trifecta paid $1,030.80.
The 6-9-5-1 superfecta paid $1,817.80 on just a $1 bet.
Next up is the 145th running of the Belmont Stakes on June 8 in Elmont, NY.