Make head-to-head bets on horses at the Preakness!
What are match races and why would you want to bet them at the Preakness Stakes?
Match races are simple wagers where you bet whether one particular horse will beat another horse. Sometimes this is called head-to-head betting. At the Preakness Stakes, bettors have the option to place win, place, show and exotic bets like trifecta and superfectas-- but match races are another way to bet at the track and are lots of fun, too.
Let's review: what are match races in horse racing? Answer: Match races are bets that punters can place on individual horses in a particular race. Instead of betting on whether a horse wins, places or shows, you are instead betting whether one horse will beat another horse! Match races are extremely popular in the United Kingdom.
|Horses - Preakness Matchups - May 18|
|2019 Preakness Matchups|
@ Pimlico Race Track - Baltimore, Md
|War Of Will||+127|
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|Win Win Win||EV|
|Win Win Win||+164|
|- Updated February 3, 2020 09:31:12|
Good luck with your bets and when we get closer to the start of the Preakness Stakes, you will find match race odds posted online.
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