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2024 Preakness Stakes horses, futures, odds, date: Expert who hit last year’s superfecta unveils picks

The 2024 Preakness Stakes horses will learn which gate they’ll start from when the 2024 Preakness Stakes post position draw takes place on Monday at 5:30 p.m. ET. On Saturday, trainer Kenny McPeek announced that Kentucky Derby winner Mystik Dan will run in the second leg of the Triple Crown at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Mystik Dan is 3-1 in the 2024 Preakness Stakes odds, while the Bob Baffert-trained Muth is the 11-10 favorite. Other 2024 Preakness Stakes contenders include Tuscan Gold (5-1), Imagination (5-1) and Just Steel (10-1).

Which 2024 Preakness Stakes horses you should target with your 2024 Preakness Stakes predictions? Before making any 2024 Preakness Stakes picks, be sure to see the horse racing predictions and futures bets from SportsLine’s elite horse racing expert Jody Demling at SportsLine by logging in through CBSSports.com.

A fixture in the horse racing world who has been writing about, talking about and betting on races for years, Demling enters the 2024 Kentucky Derby having nailed the winner of the Belmont Stakes four of the last six years, including an exacta in 2022 with Mo Donegal and Nest. He also called Flightline’s win at the Breeders’ Cup Classic in November of that year. 

Demling is at his best in the biggest horse races in the world like the Preakness Stakes 2024. In fact, he has hit 11 of the last 16 Derby-Oaks doubles at Churchill Downs. He’s also called 10 of the last 19 Preakness winners, including nailing his Preakness winner, exacta, trifecta and superfecta picks in 2023. He keenly understands when the Kentucky Derby winner was poised for victory or a massive upset in the second leg of the Triple Crown. Anyone who has followed him is up huge.

Now, with the 2024 Preakness Stakes futures already on the board, Demling is sharing his picks and 2024 Preakness Stakes predictions over at SportsLine. Log into CBSSports.com and then join SportsLine to see them.

Top 2024 Preakness Stakes predictions

One of Demling’s surprising 2024 Preakness Stakes picks: He is high on Tuscan Gold, even though he’s a 5-1 longshot that didn’t run in the Kentucky Derby. Tuscan Gold was originally scheduled to run in the Peter Pan Stakes, but he will run in the Preakness instead. Two-time Preakness winner Chad Brown said he wanted to enter Tuscan Gold in the Peter Pan to give himself time to contemplate running in the Preakness instead, which is ultimately the decision he landed on.

Brown won the Preakness in 2017 with Cloud Computing and in 2022 with Early Voting, neither of which ran in the Kentucky Derby. Tuscan Gold finished third in the Louisiana Derby, getting beaten by just 1 3/4 lengths. He is in an ideal position to run well on Saturday after skipping the Kentucky Derby, and Demling likes what he has seen from the lightly raced horse. See which other horses to back by logging into CBSSports.com.

How to make 2024 Preakness Stakes picks, bets

Demling is especially high a dark-horse who could have a leg-up on the competition because of extra rest. Demling is sharing which horse it is, and also has a surprising prediction for Kentucky Derby winner Mystik Dan along with his entire projected 2024 Preakness Stakes leaderboard, over at SportsLine by signing into CBSSports.com.

Which horse wins the Preakness Stakes 2024, and which dark-horse is a must-back? Check out the latest 2024 Preakness Stakes odds below, then sign into CBSSports.com to see Demling’s picks for the Preakness Stakes, all from the expert who nailed 11 Derby-Oaks doubles and hit last year’s Preakness Stakes superfecta.

2024 Preakness Stakes odds, futures, horses

Horse Odds Projection
Muth 11-10 SEE PICKS
Mystik Dan 3-1 SEE PICKS
Tuscan Gold 5-1 SEE PICKS
Imagination 5-1 SEE PICKS
Just Steel 10-1 SEE PICKS
Seize the Gray 10-1 SEE PICKS
Copper Tax 16-1 SEE PICKS
Uncle Heavy 20-1 SEE PICKS
Mugatu 33-1 SEE PICKS

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