How to watch the 2013 Preakness live online, TV coverage, radio and more


Whether on your television or laptop, NBC has you covered with its Triple Crown coverage.

The horse racing world turns its attention to Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course for the 138th Preakness Stakes. The second leg of the Triple Crown is scheduled for Saturday afternoon, with a post time at 6:20 p.m. ET. Kentucky Derby winner Orb is the even money favorite in the nine-horse field. A win Saturday would give Orb a chance to win the first Triple Crown since 1978 three weeks later at the Belmont Stakes.

NBC Sports is once again providing television coverage of the Preakness Stakes. Network coverage begins at 4:30 p.m. Saturday live from Pimlico. Unlike the Kentucky Derby, there is no pre-race show on the NBC Sports Network.

NBC Sports is also providing streaming coverage of the race on its website,

The Horse Racing Radio Network will provide online radio coverage of the event, beginning with undercard races at 2 p.m. and shifting into full-on Preakness mode at 5 p.m.

A mobile app with odds, race information, and an event schedule is available at

More Triple Crown coverage:

Oxbow shocks at 15/1 | Video replay

Longform: Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens returns

2013 Belmont Stakes info

Complete 2013 Preakness Stakes coverage

SB Nation's horse racing blog: And Down The Stretch They Come

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