|2008 Preakness Entry Giant Moon a Long Shot at 40/1 Odds to Win|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Friday, 16 May 2008 14:28|
Giant Moon Odds
Long shot doesn’t begin to describe Giant Moon. When you hear the critics talking about how this year’s Preakness field is one of the weakest of all time, Giant Moon is one of the horses that make’s it weak.
Giant Moon would have to run at a career pace to win the 133rd running of the Preakness Stakes. Compare his career performance up against Big Brown and you will see a horse that is out of his league.
Oddsmakers from Online Sports Book Bodog have made Giant Moon a 40/1 odds to win prayer. Despite winning at the Count Fleet Stakes last January. His odds to win the Preakness are largely a reflection of his lack of experience and his recent poor finish at the Gotham Stakes.
Even though he has had a decent amount of success, the competition was no where near the level he will see at the 133rd Preakness. Compounding matters, he didn’t run at the Kentucky Derby and history has shown that out of the past 24 Preaknesses, only two horses won despite not running at the Kentucky Derby.
Giant Moon drew the number 11 post position for the race.
2008 Giant Moon Odds to Win The 133rd Preakness Stakes
2008 Giant Moon Horse to Horse Matchups in The 133rd Preakness Stakes
All Horse Matchups provided by Bodog
Jockey: Ramon Dominguez
Trainer: Richard Schosberg
All odds subject to change up until post time
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