Chase The Chaos is a well-run horse and probable for the upcoming Preakness Stakes. In his last two outings, he stumbled and finished seventh and eighth, but has three wins and six podiums in eight races. The Preakness Stakes runs Saturday, May 20 from Pimlico Race Track as Kentucky Derby winner Mage seeks the second jewel in the Triple Crown. Below, we’ll go over everything you need to know to bet Chase the Chaos in the Preakness.
Chase The Chaos Preakness Stakes Profile
Record: 3-2-1 (8)
Owner: Dory, Bill and Sandy
Jockey: Sheldon Russell
Trainer: Ed Moger, Jr.
Running Style: Closer
Last race: Finished 8th in the California Derby (LS)
Sire/Dam: Astern/Live The Moment
Morning Line odds: 50-1
Chase The Chaos Past Performances
|4/29/23||California Derby (LS)||1 1/16 miles||8th|
|3/4/23||San Felipe (G2)||1 1/16 miles||7th|
|2/11/23||El Camino Real Derby (LS)||1 1/8 miles||1st|
|12/3/22||Gold Rush (LS)||1 mile||2nd|
|11/12/22||Golden Nugget (LS)||6 furlongs||3rd|
|8/28/22||MSW||6 1/2 furlongs||2nd|
The Word On Chase The Chaos
May 16: Drew the longest morning line odds at 50-1 and will run out of Gate 2. He is joined by National Treasure (4-1) and Mage (8-5) on either side.
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Preakness Stakes Odds 2023
Morning line odds and post draw for the Preakness Stakes can be found below.
|#1||National Treasure||John Velazquez||3-1|
|#2||Chase the Chaos||Sheldon Russell||30-1|
|#5||Red Route One||Joel Rosario||8-1|
|#7||Blazing Sevens||Irad Ortiz Jr.||5-1|
|SCR||First Mission||Luis Saez||SCR|
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