2016 Preakness Card Picks
By Dana Byerly, Hello Race Fans Co-founder

2016 Preakness Replay

Welcome back! We made a decent showing on Oaks and Derby days and are hoping to keep the momentum going. It’s a rainy day at Pimlico but so far it looks like all the turf races are remaining on the turf.

Along with our regular cast of the HRF Crew, this year’s guest ‘cappers include:
Barry Spears of Derby Wars (@UrbnHandicapper)
Brian Hoffacker of Triphandicapping (@Ghostzapper04)
Chris Hernandez of Giving My Ten Cents (@tencentcielo)
Derek Brown of Luck and Roses (@NJDerek)
Emily Gullickson of OptixEQ (@Mayhemily1)
Kellie Reilly of Brisnet/Twinspires (@GallantFox1930)
Laurie Ross of Iron Maiden Thoroughbreds (@IMTbreds)
Gene Kershner of Thorofan and Equispace (@equispace)
Melissa Nolan of Bluegrass Best (@KeeneGal
Nicolle Neulist of Blinkers Off and Picks and Ponderings for Chicago Now (@rogueclown)
Paul Mazur of Picks and Ponderings for Chicago Now (@heylaserbeam)!
Sarah Crouse of Triphandicapping (@SarahTHCRacing)
Ted Grevelis of Grevelis Racing, Owning Racehorses and Midwestern Paddock Report (@tlgrevelis)

We’ll do a mythical $2 win bet to see who ends up with with most cash, we’ll also keep track of who picks the most winners. Best of luck to all, and be sure to leave your picks in the comments!

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5 comments

  • Hello Race Fans! Good luck all!

    Maryland Sprint H (G3) – Salutos Amigos
    James W. Murphy – Easy River
    The Very One – Lady Shipman
    Chick Lang – Justin Squared
    Gallorette (G3) – Mizz Money
    Sir Barton – Discreet Lover
    Dixie (G2) – Grand Arch
    Preakness (G1) – Exaggerator

    Rob

  • Btw, I put $20 on the nose on Laoban just because. It’s a Chinese thing, haha. (Keeping my day job.)

  • Lucky number 8, right? I don’t know, I kind of like that he loses the blinks. But yeah, you’re going to work on Monday if he wins, lol.

  • Yes! The number 8 AND the horse’s name “Laoban” means “boss” in Mandarin Chinese. It’s fate.

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