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2005 Preakness Stakes

130th Preakness Stakes
The Preakness Stakes
"The Second Jewel of the Triple Crown"
"The Run for the Black-Eyed Susans"
Location Pimlico Race Course,
Baltimore, Maryland,
United States
Date May 21, 2005
Winning horse Afleet Alex
Jockey Jeremy Rose
Conditions Fast
Surface Dirt
2004
2006

The 2005 Preakness Stakes was the 130th running of the Preakness Stakes. The race took place on May 21, 2005, and was televised in the United States on the NBC television network. Afleet Alex, who was jockeyed by Jeremy Rose, won the race by four and three quarter lengths over runner-up Scrappy T. Approximate post time was 6:21 p.m. Eastern Time. The race was run over a fast track in a final time of 1:55.04.[1] The Maryland Jockey Club reported total attendance of 125,687, this is recorded as second highest on the list of American thoroughbred racing top attended events for North America in 2005.[2]

Payout

The 130th Preakness Stakes Payout Schedule

Program
Number
Horse Name
Win
Place
Show
12 Afleet Alex $8.60 $5.00 $3.20
5 Scrappy T - $11.20 $5.80
13 Giacomo - - $4.80

$2 Exacta: (12–5) paid $152.60

$1 Trifecta: (12–5–13) paid $872.00

$1 Superfecta: (12–5–13–10) paid $10,362.30

The full chart

Finish
Position
Lengths
Behind
Post
Position
Horse name Trainer Jockey Owner Post Time
Odds
Purse
Earnings
1st 0 12 Afleet Alex Timothy F. Ritchey Jeremy Rose Cash Is King Stables 3.30-1
favorite
$650,000
2nd 4 34 5 Scrappy T Robert Bailes Ramon Dominguez Marshall E. Dowell 13.30-1 $200,000
3rd 9 34 13 Giacomo John Shirreffs Mike E. Smith Jerry Moss 6.00-1 $100,000
4th 10 34 10 Sun King Nicholas P. Zito Rafael Bejarano Tracy Farmer 21.10-1 $50,000
5th 11 34 11 High Limit Robert J. Frankel Edgar Prado Gary & Mary West 18.70-1
6th 18 12 3 Noble Causeway Nicholas P. Zito Gary L. Stevens My Meadowview Farm 11.30-1
7th 19 34 4 Greeley's Galaxy Warren Stute David Flores B. Wayne Hughes 9.40-1
8th 20 34 1 Malibu Moonshine King T. Leatherbury Steve Hamilton Woodrow Marriott 24.00-1
9th 27 34 7 Closing Argument Kiaran McLaughlin Cornelio Velasquez Phillip & Marsha Cohen 7.20-1
10th 30 2 High Fly Nicholas P. Zito Jerry D. Bailey Live Oak Plantation 5.10-1
11th 35-1/4 6 Hal's Image Barry R. Rose Jose A. Santos Rose Family Stable 23.50-1
12th 36 9 Wilko D. Wayne Lukas Corey Nakatani J. Paul Reddam 13.30-1
13th 37 5 Galloping Grocer Dominick Schettino Joe Bravo R.Rosenthal & B.Waldbaum 27.00-1
14th 43 14 Going Wild D. Wayne Lukas Robby Albarado Robert B. Lewis 26.50-1
  • Winning Breeder: John Martin Silverland; (FL)
  • Final Time: 1:55.04
  • Track Condition: Fast
  • Total Attendance: 125,687[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Daily Racing Form, May 22, 2005 Preakness Stakes Chart.
  2. ^ 2010 Preakness Stakes Media Guide; page 95 (page P-7 of The Preakness section). The Maryland Jockey Club reported official Total Attendance as 125,687. This is listed as 115,318 Pimlico on-site attendance and 10,369 at Laurel on-site attendance.
  3. ^ 2010 Preakness Stakes Media Guide; page 95 (page P-7 of The Preakness section). The Maryland Jockey Club reported official Total Attendance as 125,687. This is listed as 115,318 Pimlico on-site attendance and 10,369 at Laurel on-site attendance.

External links

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