Betting Odds Suggest Ram Will Finish Last In 2021 Preakness Stakes

  • Ram is the +400 favorite to finish last at the 2021 Preakness Stakes this Saturday.
  • France Go De Ina (+500), Crowded Trade (+600) and Rombauer (+600) are all among the favorites as well.
  • Medina Spirit (+2000) and Concert Tour (+2000) are the least likely to finish last according to the odds.

BALTIMORE – In a race like the 2021 Preakness Stakes horse racing bettors may have a hard time finding value on betting the winner.

Luckily, there are also options to bet on which horse will finish in last and provide some more favorable odds.

Preakness Stakes 2021 Last Place Betting Odds

  • Ram +400
  • France Go de Ina +500
  • Crowded Trade +600
  • Rombauer +600
  • Unbridled Honor +700
  • Keepmeinmind +750
  • Risk Taking +750
  • Midnight Bourbon +1600
  • Medina Spirit +2000
  • Concert Tour +2000

Ram (+400) Is The Betting Favorite

Ram is bred from American Pharoah and has won his last two races, but remains the favorite to finish last in the 2021 Preakness Stakes. This is, by far, the toughest competition that Ram has ever faced, but did finish second behind King Fury (who was scratched from the Kentucky Derby) early in his career.

Ram certainly has the potential to fall behind in this race but also has the ability to hang with the pack.

Options With More Value

Picking the horse to come in last isn’t easy, but thinking logistically about it, we can essentially rule a couple of horses out.

Medina Spirit, Concert Tour and Midnight Bourbon are probably just straight up too good to come in last, while Rombauer, Keepmeinmind and Unbridled Honor are closers, meaning they might not win, but will pass the tired horses to not come in last.

That only leaves a couple of horses left.

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Crowded Trade (+600)

Online sportsbooks list Crowded Trade at +600 to finish in last and could have more value. Crowded Trade has run three times, extending in length each time, and follows an interesting trend.

The longer the race, the worse Crowded Trade places. The Preakness will be the longest race of Crowded Trade’s career and could potentially not have the stamina to keep up with the field.

France Go De Ina (+500)

France Go De Ina could also have value with +500 odds. France Go De Ina shipped over from Japan to race in the Preakness despite never placing fourth and sixth in his last two races.

France Go De Ina’s trip to Pimlico hasn’t been a smooth ride, having tossed his jockey on a practice run prior to the race. Regardless of whether this has an impact on the race, the horse hasn’t been placing in the money in a race and has definitely not seen the quality of horses as some in this field.

How to Watch

The Preakness Stakes will take place on Saturday, May 15 with the race scheduled to go off around 6:50 p.m. EST and broadcasted on NBC.