Fenwick Preakness Stakes Horse Odds, History & Predictions

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Fenwick odds, history & predictions for the 2022 Preakness Stakes.
Fenwick odds, history & predictions for the 2022 Preakness Stakes. / Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports
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The 2022 Preakness Stakes contenders field has been announced, along with post position and initial morning line odds.

The second leg of the triple crown will take place on Saturday, May 21 at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. Some of the best three-year-old Thoroughbreds will run in the 147th running of the historic race.

Naturally, you can bet on which horse will win the Preakness Stakes at FanDuel Racing. Bet the Preakness Stakes with FanDuel Racing and get a $50 deposit match on your deposit!

Fenwick Preakness Stakes Odds and Post Position

Fenwick currently has 50-1 odds to win the Preakness Stakes in 2022. That has him as a true longshot in the Preakness Stakes, with the lowest odds to win. Fenwick drew the 3rd post position for the Preakness Stakes, which should provide good chances of a strong start. 

Fenwick Horse Trainer and Jockey

Fenwick is trained by Kevin McKathan. McKathan received seven races in his first go-round as a coach and his secure earnings have been simply $30,461. All these years later he has a starter within the $1-million Blue Grass. Florent Geroux will be riding Fenwick; Geroux In the 2021 Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve, Geroux finished second aboard 25-1 shot Mandaloun, for Juddmonte and Brad Cox. It was his first top-three finish in the Derby since Gun Runner in 2016.

Fenwick Race History

Fenwick has a career record of 6 starts, 1 wins, and 1 second place finish. He comes into the Stakes placing 9th in the leaderboard. His notable finishes in the lead-up to the Preakness Stakes include a first place finish in the 2022 Tampa Bay Downs. Fenwick comes from a strong lineage by way of his Sire Curlin, who won the 2008 JockeyClub Gold Cup and 2007 Preakness Stakes.

Fenwick Prediction and Pick

Fenwick has a very determined trainer looking for his first Preakness Stakes win. With an Equibase Speed Figure of 91, Fenwick has 50-1 longshot odds and is not expected to finish near the top of the Preakness Stakes field. Having begun his career with four consecutive losses, Fenwick is a risky Win choice with Kevin McKathan, but bettors may find lots of value in the odds. The smarter bet may be to take Fenwick in a Place-Show finish or include him in Exacta and Trifecta bets.

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