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Preakness 2017 payout: Cloud Computing earns $900,000 for win at Pimlico

Horse Racing: 142nd Preakness Stakes Amber Searls-USA TODAY Sports

Cloud Computing pulled off the upset with a win in the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.

A 13-1 pre-race underdog, Cloud Computing dashed the Triple Crown hopes of Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming, who finished a distant eighth.

At 13-1, Cloud Computing paid out $28.80 to win. Finishing third was 30-1 long shot Senior Investment.

The win for Cloud Computing was the second Preakness win for jockey Javier Castellano, who rode Bernardini to victory in 2006. Trainer Chad Brown won his first Preakness Stakes on Saturday.

The Preakness has a $1.5 million purse, of which $900,000 goes to the winner. Classic Empire gets $300,000 for finishing second, and Senior Investment $165,000 for third place.

Here are the individual betting payouts.

2017 Preakness payouts

Horse Win Place Show
Horse Win Place Show
Cloud Computing $28.80 $8.60 $6.00
Classic Empire $4.40 $4.00
Senior Invesment $10.20