Preakness Stakes Odds: Chad Brown To Enter Tuscan Gold; Is He Contender At Pimlico?

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Written By Eli Hershkovich | Last Updated
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Trainer Chad Brown will gun for his third career victory at the Preakness Stakes. Brown announced that he’s entering Tuscan Gold in the second leg of the Triple Crown. The son of Medaglia d’Oro was scratched from the Peter Pan (G3) at Aqueduct on Saturday. More details on the latest addition for Preakness Stakes odds are below.

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What Might Preakness Odds Be For Tuscan gold?

Most bettors will likely overlook Tuscan Gold, behind projected favorite Muth (trained by Bob Baffert) and Kentucky Derby winner Mystik Dan. He could be the third choice in the odds, though.

Tuscan Gold is owned by William H. Lawrence, Walmac Farm, and Stonestreet Stable, LLC. The three-year-old colt will gallop in his fourth career start. Most recently, he finished third in the Louisiana Derby (G3) at Fair Grounds on March 23. He came behind Catching Freedom and Honor Marie, two Kentucky Derby participants, beaten out by one and three-fourth lengths.

Tuscan Gold broke his maiden by six and one-fourth lengths in his second outing at Gulfstream Park on Jan. 31. Brown noted that Tyler Gaffalione, the jockey of Tuscan Gold in his last two starts, will have the mount in the Preakness. Moreover, Brown said he’s aiming to have Tuscan Gold work at Belmont sometime this weekend.

“I just feel the horse is doing well,” Brown said. “My first instinct was to go to the Preakness and train up to the race. I wanted to enter [the Peter Pan] and give myself a little bit of time and also buy me a couple of extra days, see who exactly who is running where. After I looked at the whole big picture, the reward is much greater if we were able to have success in the Preakness.”

In May 2017, Brown won his first Preakness with Cloud Computing before claiming another with Early Voting in 2022. Last year, Brown’s Blazing Sevens finished second behind National Treasure.

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*Some information courtesy of Pimlico Racing News and press releases

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