Preakness Stakes Payouts: Win, Place, Show Results

Written By Matt Burke on May 20, 2022 - Last Updated on May 21, 2022
Preakness Stakes payouts who won win place show winner

The Preakness Stakes annually serves as the meat of horse racing’s Triple Crown sandwich. An all-time upset occurred in the first leg of the trio of races, and while Rich Strike will not be participating at Pimlico there are some longshots that may be worth putting some money down on. Horse bettors were frantically searching to see how much of a payout a winning Rich Strike ticket was worth two weeks ago. Is another upset in the cards this Saturday in Baltimore? Below we will look at Preakness Stakes payouts for those who correctly bet on a horse to win, place and show. The payout for winning Exacta, Trifecta and Superfecta tickets will also be displayed below once the Preakness is over.

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Preakness Stakes payouts

Here’s what payouts looked like on $2 bets to win, place, and show at the 2022 Preakness Stakes, as well as the payout on an exacta, trifecta, and superfecta:

Early Voting

  • Win: $13.40
  • Place: $4.60
  • Show: $3.60

Epicenter

  • Place: $2.80
  • Show: $2.40

Creative Minister

  • Show: $4.20

Exacta ($2 bet)

  • $25.80

Trifecta ($1 bet)

  • $66.50

Superfecta ($1 bet)

  • $162.90

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Check out the chart below, in the meantime, which shows the standard payouts for a $2 win bet in horse racing. Remember that these are approximate payouts as horse racing operates on the pari-mutuel system.

OddsPayout
1-5$2.40
2-5$2.80
1-2$3.00
3-5$3.20
4-5$3.60
1-1$4.00
6-5$4.40
7-5$4.80
3-2$5.00
8-5$5.20
9-5$5.60
2-1$6.00
5-2$7.00
3-1$8.00
7-2$9.00
4-1$10.00
9-2$11.00
5-1$12.00
6-1$14.00
7-1$16.00
8-1$18.00
9-1$20.00
10-1$22.00
15-1$32.00
20-1$42.00
30-1$62.00
50-1$102.00

Recent Preakness example

It wasn’t nearly on the level of a Rich Strike, but last year’s Preakness Stakes did produce a surprise winner. Rombauer, who went off at 11-1, captured the crown. A $2 win bet on Rombauer would have paid out $25.60. Rich Strike two weeks ago was an all-timer as a $2 win bet would have paid $163.60. Here is a look at last year’s Preakness Stakes payouts based on $2 bets.

Rombauer 11-1

  • Win: $25.60
  • Place: $10
  • Show: $5.20

Midnight Bourbon 3-1

  • Place: $4.60
  • Show: $3.00

Medina Spirit 2-1

  • Show: $2.80

$2 Exacta 6-5

  • $98.60

$1 Trifecta 6-5-3

  • $162.70

$1 Superfecta 6-5-3-2

  • $1,025.50
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Matt Burke is the Sports Editor and Head of Evergreen/SEO Content at TheLines.com. He is the Founder and former Editor-in-Chief of MetroBet, a digital and print sports betting platform, and was the Executive Sports Editor at Metro US Newspapers (New York, Philadelphia, Boston) from 2014-2020. Matt has covered Super Bowls and Final Fours, and his work has appeared for Sports Illustrated, CBS Sports, the Eagle Tribune, Gloucester Daily Times and Newburyport Daily News. Matt is a graduate of the University of Connecticut.

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