2019 Preakness Stakes odds: Race-day betting lines, favorites, sleepers


2019 Preakness Stakes odds: Race-day betting lines, favorites, sleepers

For the first time in 23 years, the Preakness Stakes will be run without the Kentucky Derby winner. 

Country House, the horse that won the Derby after Maximum Security was disqualified, pulled out of the second leg of the Triple Crown because of a cough. 

Unfortunately for those in attendance at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday, Maximum Security also will not be running. 

After crossing the finish line first at the Derby before being disqualified for impeding the progress of other horses, Maximum Security's owner and trainer have decided not to run the horse with no shot at the Triple Crown.

Despite the two main draws pulling out of the race, the 144th Preakness Stakes should be quite exhilarating. Plus, there's always a chance you can win some money if you bet the right horse.

So, let's get into the odds. Here are the updated betting lines, from best odds to the worst, via Sportsline.

Improbable: 5-2
War of Will: 4-1
Anothertwistafate: 6-1
Alwaysmining: 8-1
Owendale: 10-1
Bourbon War: 12-1
Warrior's Charge: 12-1
Win Win Win: 15-1
Bodexpress: 20-1
Laughing Fox: 20-1
Market King: 30-1
Signalman: 30-1
Everfast: 50-1

You can watch the Preakness on NBC at 6:48 p.m. ET/3:48 p.m. PT, with coverage beginning at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT on NBC Sports, the NBC Sports app and


NBC Sports Bay Area


“Warriors Outsiders” and “SNC: Warriors Playoff Central” Surround Each Game

with 3+ Hours of News, Analysis and Commentary


Comprehensive NBA Finals Coverage via MyTeams and


SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – May 28, 2019 – NBC Sports Bay Area today announced its multiplatform coverage of the 2019 NBA Finals as back-to-back NBA Champion Golden State Warriors take on Eastern Conference Champion Toronto Raptors. The network’s coverage is highlighted by over three hours of live game-day coverage on Warriors Outsiders and SNC: Warriors Playoff Central.  Throughout the NBA Finals, the network will present live-streams of its game-day shows and daily Warriors coverage with the latest news, expert analysis and insider reports on the MyTeams by NBC Sports app and 


MyTeams is available for download on iOS and Android devices in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.  DOWNLOAD now.


Note the following coverage and additional information:


Before the Game:

Warriors Outsiders

SNC: Warriors Playoff Central


After the Game:

SNC: Warriors Playoff Central

Warriors Outsiders


For air dates/times and channel locations for NBA Finals programming, visit and follow @NBCSAuthentic and @NBCSWarriors on Twitter.     


Warriors Outsiders – Warriors Outsiders, hosted by Drew Shiller and Grant Liffmann, will provide viewers with a fresh take on each Warriors-Raptors game with analysis, commentary and basketball analytics. Warriors Outsiders is simultaneously synced with Facebook Live to produce a unique conversation via an interactive experience. 


SNC: Warriors Playoff Central – Prior to each game, SNC: Warriors Playoff Central, a one-hour show, will present comprehensive Warriors-Raptors preview and analysis, the latest team news and developments, and interviews with players and coaches.  


After the game, a one-hour edition of SNC: Warriors Playoff Central will feature in-depth game analysis with stats and highlights, locker room interviews and a preview of the next game. 


SNC: Warriors Playoff Central is anchored by Greg Papa with expert analysis from former Warriors general manager and head coach Garry St. Jean and former Warriors forward Kelenna Azubuike.  Additional analysis will be provided by Warriors sideline reporter Kerith Burke, Warriors Insider Monte Poole and Warriors reporter Logan Murdock.


For home games, the shows will originate from Oracle Arena.  For road games, the shows will originate from Scotiabank Arena and from the Warriors Watch Parties at Oracle Arena.


Corner 3 – Corner 3 – a live multiplatform show hosted by Kerith Burke, Monte Poole and Logan Murdock – will be presented throughout the NBA Finals on the MyTeams app and Facebook Live.  Corner 3 will deliver a comprehensive breakdown of the Warriors-Raptors series, the latest team developments and insider reports.  Follow @NBCSAuthentic and @NBCSWarriors on Twitter for air dates/times for the Corner 3 broadcasts.


MyTeams by NBC Sports, – MyTeams and deliver complete NBA Finals coverage; showcase NBC Sports NBA Insider Tom Haberstroh and NBC Sports Bay Area’s Monte Poole, Logan Murdock and James Ham; and provide insightful news and analysis and daily insider reports.  MyTeams and are the most extensive local sources for live video, a robust line-up of on-demand video and content from the network’s news programming.


NBC Sports Bay Area Social Media – NBC Sports Bay Area will present original content throughout the NBA Finals across various social media platforms: Facebook (; Instagram (NBCSAuthentic); and Twitter (@NBCSAuthentic & @NBCSWarriors).  Plus, NBC Sports Bay Area will present live game-day content from Oracle Arena and Scotiabank Arena.


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Indy 500 live stream: How to watch Greatest Spectacle in Racing online


Indy 500 live stream: How to watch Greatest Spectacle in Racing online

"The Greatest Spectacle in Racing" returns Sunday when the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 takes place at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. 

Last year, Danica Patrick returned to the historic track for one last ride before calling it a career. Now, the famed driver will be up in the booth alongside Mike Tirico and Dale Earnhardt Jr. as part of NBC's coverage.

While Patrick won't be racing this year, the 103rd running still has a loaded field that racing fans will love, including Helio Castroneves, Marco Andretti and Scott Dixon. Will Power is listed as the co-favorite along with Simon Pagenaud. 

Here's how you can watch the 103rd Indy 500 online:

When: 11:00 a.m. ET/8:00 a.m. PT on Sunday, May 26, with the race scheduled to begin at 12:45 p.m. ET/ 9:45 a.m. PT.
Live Stream: NBC Sports app and