Typically, the final leg of the US horse racing Triple Crown is a big occasion. It draws huge crowds of fans and often bestows the title each horse and rider are seeking. However, this year, those that usually bet on sports in the US at Bovada will have spotted things are different. There will be no crowds at the 145th running of the race, which usually isn’t the last of the three. Still, just because you can’t go and watch won’t actually affect the odds on the Preakness Stakes 2020. ... read more

The Kentucky Derby post-mortem may continue unabated but this Saturday the second leg of the Triple Crown will be run at Pimlico and despite the absence at least two of the major competitors there are some interesting if improbable odds in the 2019 Preakness Stakes. But without CountryHouse and Maximum Security just which of the runners should you be backing at Bovada, one of the best online sportsbook sites in the US right now? We take a look at the faff and the field. ... read more

The 144th running of the “middle jewel” in the US Triple Crown will take place under a unique shadow following the antics at the Kentucky Derby. The bookies like Bovada, one of the best online sportsbook sites in the US right now, are already offering very tempting prices on Maximum Security despite its disappointment at Churchill Downs and the 2019 Preakness Stakes odds on Country House, the new crown chaser,can’t quite match them, and it can’t object. ... read more