Current Preakness Stakes 2011 Odds Ahead Of Post Position Draw On Wednesday

The 2011 Preakness Stakes' Wednesday post position draw will provide the week's biggest pre-race day odds adjustment. Contenders who find themselves placed on the field's outskirts will see their odds worsen, while those with favorable starting positions closer to the middle will become hot bets to win.

The latest Preakness Stakes odds, according to Daily Racing Form (asterisks indicate horses that would not be included if every other contender joins the field):

Animal Kingdom  5-2
Nehro 5-1
Dialed In 6-1
Mucho Macho Man 6-1
Saratoga Red * 10-1
Shackleford 12-1
Astrology 15-1
Dance City 15-1
Midnight Interlude 15-1
Flashpoint 20-1
Mr. Commons 20-1
King Congie 20-1
Sway Away 20-1
Norman Asbjornson 30-1
Concealed Identity 30-1
Isn't He Perfect * 50-1

The 2011 Preakness Stakes gets underway on May 21 at Pimlico. Stay with our Preakness Stakes StoryStream for more on the race. To look back at the Derby, check out SB Nation's2011 Kentucky Derby StoryStream. Also, our horse racing blog And Down The Stretch They Come has two must-read resources for Derby and Preakness fans: A Beginner's Guide To Following Horse Racing and a glossary of horse racing terms.

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