Preakness Stakes 2020: Horses, Post Time, How to Watch, Live Stream, TV Channel, Date


The final stage of the American Triple Crown has finally arrived. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the schedule for the Triple Crown has changed dramatically. The Kentucky Derby followed on September 5 and now the Preakness Stakes will be held on Saturday as the final stop of the Triple Crown. The Preakness Stakes are normally the second leg of the Triple Crown.

Tiz the Law ended up winning the Belmont Stakes, which was raced 1 1/8 miles instead of the usual 1.5 miles. Despite being a huge 3 to 5 favorite, Tiz the Law failed in the Kentucky Derby and Authentic won by 1 1/4 lengths. Due to the loss, Tiz the Law is not going to run into the Preakness Stakes with the Triple Crown no longer on hand.

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Below is all the information you need to know about the 2020 Preakness Stakes, and here are the horses, jockeys and trainers taking part in the race:

When are the challenges of Preakness 2020?

The 145th edition of the Preakness Stakes will take place on Saturday October 3. The message time is 17 h 45 HE.

Where are the stakes of Preakness?

The Preakness Stakes will be held at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore as it traditionally does. There simply won’t be any fans in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic.

How long do Preakness Stakes last?

The Preakness Stakes will take place its usual 1 3/16 miles around the Pimlico track.

How to look at the stakes of Preakness 2020

Date: Saturday October 3
Publication time: 17 h 45 HE
Location: Pimlico Race Course (Baltimore, Maryland)
TV: NBC | Current: fuboTV (Try for free)


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