1988 Preakness Stakes

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113th Preakness Stakes
The Preakness Stakes
LocationPimlico Race Course,
Baltimore, Maryland,
United States
DateMay 21, 1988
Winning horseRisen Star
JockeyEddie Delahoussaye
ConditionsFast
SurfaceDirt
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The 1988 Preakness Stakes was the 113th running of the Preakness Stakes thoroughbred horse race. The race took place on May 21, 1988, and was televised in the United States on the ABC television network. Risen Star, who was jockeyed by Eddie Delahoussaye, won the race by one and one quarter lengths over runner-up Brian's Time. Approximate post time was 5:34 p.m. Eastern Time. The race was run over a fast track in a final time of 1:56-1/5.[1] The Maryland Jockey Club reported total attendance of 88,654, this is recorded as second highest on the list of American thoroughbred racing top attended events for North America in 1988.[2]

Payout[edit]

The 113th Preakness Stakes Payout Schedule

Program
Number
Horse Name
Win
Place
Show
4 Risen Star $15.60 $7.80 $4.00
7 Brian's Time - $6.40 $3.60
6 Winning Colors - - $3.40

$2 Exacta: (4–7) paid $93.80

The full chart[edit]

Finish
Position
Margin
(lengths)
Post
Position
Horse name Jockey Trainer Owner Post Time
Odds
Purse
Earnings
1st 0 4 Risen Star Eddie Delahoussaye Louie J. Roussel III Louie J. Roussel III 6.80-1 $438,230
2nd 11/4 7 Brian's Time Angel Cordero, Jr. John Veitch Joan Phipps 7.00-1 $134,840
3rd 21/2 6 Winning Colors Gary Stevens D. Wayne Lukas Eugene V. Klein 1.90-1
favorite
$67,420
4th 5 7 Private Terms Chris Antley Charles H. Hadry Locust Hill Farm 3.00-1 $33,700
5th 51/2 1 Cefis Eddie Maple Woody Stephens Ryan J. Kirkham 43.50-1
6th 53/4 2 Regal Classic John Velazquez James E. Day Sam-Son Farm 28.90-1
7th 141/4 4 Forty Niner Pat Day Woody Stephens Claiborne Farm 2.30-1
8th 231/4 9 Sorry About That Randy Romero Hubert Hine Carolyn Hine 53.70-1
9th 273/4</span 8 Finder's Choice Kent Desormeaux Charles H. Hadry Locust Hill Farm 3.00-1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Daily Racing Form, May 22, 1988 Preakness Stakes Chart.
  2. ^ a b 2010 Preakness Stakes Media Guide; page 95 (page P-7 of The Preakness section). The Maryland Jockey Club reported official Total Attendance as 88,654. This is listed as 81,282 Pimlico on-site attendance and 7,372 at Laurel on-site attendance.

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