Chase The Chaos Preakness Horse Odds, History and Predictions (Recent Struggles Make Colt Easy to Fade)

Chase The Chaos Preakness Horse Odds, History and Predictions (Recent Struggles Make Colt Easy to Fade)


Preakness Stakes betting is finally here. In just a few short days, up to 14 of the world's best horses will participate in the 148th Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown and aim for eternal glory.

One Preakness Stakes entrant that everyone has their eyes on is Chase The Chaos. Here's everything you need to know about this colt before he vies for the 2023 crown.

Chase The Chaos Preakness Odds and Post Position

Chase The Chaos currently has 50/1 odds to win the 2023 Preakness Stakes and drew post position No. 2 on Monday. Those odds currently rank worst in the field.


Odds to Win 2023 Preakness Steaks

Post Position

Chase The Chaos



Chase The Chaos Horse Trainer and Jockey

Chase The Chaos is trained by Ed Moger Jr. The accomplished trainer has racked up nearly 2,000 victories over the course of his four-decade career. Although he's found much success throughout the years, this is the first time that Moger will have a horse competing in a Triple Crown event.

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Chase The Chaos' jockey has yet to be announced, but he has raced with Armando Ayuso in the past. Although he doesn't have much history at the Preakness Stakes, Ayuso has already finished first 59 times in 303 races this year.

Chase The Chaos Race History

Chase The Chaos has a career record of eight starts with three wins and two second-place finishes. He enters the Preakness Stakes following an eighth-place showing at Golden Gate back on April 29.




April 29, 2023

Golden Gate


March 4, 2023

Santa Anita


Feb. 11, 2023

Golden Gate


Dec. 30, 2022

Golden Gate


Dec. 3, 2022

Golden Gate


Nov. 12, 2022

Golden Gate


Sept. 17, 2022

Canterbury Park


Aug. 28, 2022

Canterbury Park


Chase The Chaos Preakness Prediction and Pick

Although Chase The Chaos' career began on the right hoof, he's struggled to produce results recently. He's finished seventh and eighth in back-to-back outings, which doesn't exactly give him a ton of momentum heading into the weekend. It also doesn't help that his trainer and jockey have zero experience producing Triple Crown event winners.

Upsets in horse racing are fun, but don't expect Chase The Chaos to produce the latest example.

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