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Mr. Big News, 4 Other Expressed Bid
For 2020 Preakness Stakes Picks
US Horse Racing
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Popularly known as “The Run For The Black-Eyed Susans,” the Preakness Stakes this year will start on October 3, 2020. The race will happen at Pimlico Park in Baltimore, Maryland. Also, the Preakness Stakes will serve as the concluding event of the U.S. Triple Crown Series this year, which also has the shortest racecourse.

As the Preakness Stakes take the last leg of the Triple Crown show, the horses who competed in the first two segments, which are the Belmont Stakes and the Derby, will surely participate. Tiz the Law, the Belmont winner is running for the Derby, and if he makes it, he will work out for the Preakness, and a Triple Crown winner might emerge this season.

While other horses have shown their interest running for the Preakness Stakes by October, some colts are hustling hard to become one of the entrants. Thus, here are five additional horses who expressed their bid to joust in the 2020 Preakness Stakes betting possibly.

Mr. Big News

Mr. Big News is a Kentucky Derby hopeful, who might also continue his journey to the Preakness Stakes by October. This three-year-old colt is trained by W. Bret Calhoun and ridden by Mitchell Murrill. Also, he is bred by Don Alberto Corporation, who made seven horse racing starts since birth.

In 2019, Mr. Big News participated in four Maiden Special Weight races but failed to win. However, on January 20, 2020, he was able to make it and participated in his first stakes races. He saddled up during the Risen Star Stakes and won 5th place. Last April 11, 2020, he jousted in the Oaklawn Stakes and won the title, but only ended in 6th place during the Blue Grass Stakes last July 11, 2020.

Man In The Can

Completing at least six racing starts since birth, Man In The Can is also eyeing to participate in the Run For The Black-Susans. This colt is ridden by Tyler Gaffalione and trained by Ron Moquett. Aside from that, he is bred by JRita Young Thoroughbreds LLC and owned by LaPenta, Robert V.

Looking into his racing achievements, Man In The Can participated in the Maiden Special Weight last December 4, 2019, and immediately won 1st place. After that, he participated in the Rainbow Stakes and won the title. He then headed to compete in the Arkansas Derby, where he again garnered the title. However, he only got 13th place in the Blue Grass Stakes.


Another racehorse to look forward to in the 2020 Preakness Stakes in Cezanne. He is a sire by Curlin, who will represent Smith Derrick, Tabor, Michael B., Mrs. John, Magnier, and St. Elias Stable. Besides, Cezanne is trained by Bob Baffert and ridden by Flavien Prat, who was known as one of the best trainers and jockeys in the U.S. Triple Crown show.

Cezanne has only completed two racing games this year, which are both the Maiden Special Weight and Allowance Optional Claiming. He will vie for the Kentucky Derby this September, which will serve as his first stakes racing event. After that, he might continue his journey to the Preakness Stakes with high hopes to earn the title.

Art Collector

Art Collector also expresses his bid in joining for the upcoming Preakness Stakes. Like the horses above, he will try first in the Derby then head on Pimlico Park. This three-year-old racehorse is trained by Thomas Drury, Jr. and ridden by Brian Joseph Hernandez, Jr. Apart from that, Art Collector is bred and owned by W. Bruce Lunsford.

When it comes to his horse racing experience, Art Collector has saddled up in the Maiden Special Weight since last year. He was the 7th placer during the Dixiana Bourbon Stakes held last October 6, 2020, at Kneeland. After that, he contended last July 11, 2020, during the Blue Grass Stakes and was hailed as the race winner.

Money Moves

Candy Rice’s sire Money Moves doesn’t want to get left behind in this year’s Triple Crown Series and bids joining the Preakness Stakes. He is Todd Pletcher’s entry and ridden by Rider TBA. Also, Money Moves is bred by Whitehall Lane Farm and owned by BortolaZzo Stable LLC, Robert V., and LaPenta.

Like Cezanne, Money Moves is also looking for his first stakes races achievement. He has only competed in Maiden Special Weight and Allowance Optional Claiming last March. Today, he will be part of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness line-up, hoping to earn both of these prestigious horse racing titles.


The Preakness Stakes starts in the next three months serving as the final show of the Triple Crown Series. It will be an exciting event as the fans can see the strongest colts vying for the Preakness title and the Triple Crown trophy. Don’t forget to watch this horse racing tournament and see the five horses above taking a chance to have their biggest stakes races accomplishments in their whole career.

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