This Week’s Upcoming Stakes Schedule

Santa Anita
Santa Anita will host the Laz Barrera and the Desert Code on Saturday. Photo credit: Santa Anita

The Preakness isn’t until May 20, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some big races before then! Keep up with updates about all the big stakes races across the country with our stakes race tracker.

SATURDAY, MAY 13

  • Churchill Downs: Unbridled Sydney Overnight Stakes ($65,000) – 5 furlongs on the grass for Fillies & Mares 3YO & up. READ HERE
  • Belmont Park: Grade 1 Man of War ($400,000) – 1 3/8 miles on the grass for 4-year-old & up. READ HERE.
  • Belmont Park: Grade 3 Beaugay ($150,000) – 1 1/16-miles for Fillies & Mares 4-year-old & UP. READ HERE.
  • Belmont Park: Grade 3 Peter Pan ($200,000) – 1 1/8-miles for 3-year-old. READ HERE.
  • Belmont Park: Grade 2 Ruffian ($250,000) – 1 mile for Fillies & Mares 4-year-old & up. READ HERE.
  • Santa Anita: Grade 3 Laz Barrera ($100,000) – 7 furlongs for 3YO. READ HERE.
  • Santa Anita: Desert Code ($75,000) – About 61/2 furlongs down the hill for 3YO. READ HERE.

 

SUNDAY, MAY 14

  • Belmont Park: Gold Fever ($100,000) – 6 furlongs for 3YO
  • Santa Anita: Angels Flight ($75,000) – 7 furlongs for 3YO Fillies. READ HERE.
  • Arlington Park: Hanshin Cup ($100,000) — 8 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. READ HERE.

SATURDAY, MAY 20

  • Santa Anita: Kona Gold Stakes ($200,000) — 6 1/2 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. READ HERE.
  • Pimlico Race Course: 142nd Running of the Preakness Stakes ($1.5 million) — 1 3/16 miles for 3-year-olds
  1. Media Guide for the Preakness Stakes. READ HERE.
  2. Today’s Preakness report. READ HERE.
  3. 5/12 Preakness report. READ HERE.
  4. Gunnevera Arrives at Pimlico: READ HERE.

For all your wagering needs, visit Twinspires.

I’m very proud of him. He attended a very fast pace. We knew going in that Justify looked like a big monster and we didn’t want to be too far away. Jose (Ortiz) executed it perfect. I asked him to follow him even if the pace was a little quick to keep him in close range. We thought he was the horse to beat and it was true. Very proud of our horse. He held on for second there. We’re working our way toward that winner’s circle. It wasn’t to be this year. It was a tough field. But I’m real proud of this horse. He kept fighting all the way to the end and he showed that he’s a top-class horse.”

Chad Brown, Trainer of Good Magic (2nd)

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