133d running of the Preakness Stakes, Grade 1.

Purse:

$1,000,000. For Three-Year-Olds.

Purse

$1,000,000.

Winner:

B.C. by Boundary - Mien, by Nureyev.

Trained

by Richard E. Dutrow Jr..

Bred

by Monticule in Kentucky.

Owner:

JEAH Stables and Paul Pompa Jr..

Value to winner

: $600,000; second: $200,000; third: $110,000; fourth: $60,000; fifth: $30.000.

Mutual pool:

$14,313,782.00.

Horse   Wt.   PP   St   1/4   1/2   3/4   Str   Fin   Jockey   Odds

Big Brown

126   6   5   3hf   3-1hf   3-2   1-5hf   1-51/4   K. Desormeaux   0.20

Macho Again

126   1   1   6hd   6hd   8-2   4hd   2hf   J.R. Leparoux   39.90

Icabad Crane

126   3    2    10hd   12   9hd   5-3   33/4   J. Rose   22.20

Racecar Rhapsody

126   5    9    9-2   9-2hf   10-2   2hf   4-41/4   R.J. Albarado   25.10

Stevil

126   8    3    5-1   5-1   4hf   3-1   5-33/4   J.R. Velazquez   40.60

Kentucky Bear

126   7   12   8hd   8hf   6hf   7-1hf   6hf   H.J. Theriot III   13.90

Hey Byrn

126   12   6   4-1hf   4-1   5hd   6-1   7-13/4   C.C. Lopez   34.30

Giant Moon

126   10   7    7-3   7-1   7hf   11-1hf   83/4   R.A.Dominguez   36.60

Tres Borrachos

126   2    11   12   11hd   12   10hd   9-11/4   T.C. Baze   43.20

Yankee Bravo

126   4    10   11hd   10hd   11hd   9-1   10-71/4   A.Solis   23.70

Gayego

126   11   8    1-1hf   1-1hf   1hd   12   11nk   M.E. Smith   9.20

Riley Tucker

126   9    4    2-1hf   2-2hf   2-1   8-1   12   E.S. Prado   36.40

Time: 1/4:

23.590

1/2:

46.810

3/4:

1:10.480

1M:

1:35.720

Fin:

1.54.800

7 (7) Big Brown 2.40 2.60 2.40

1 (1) Macho Again 17.20 10.40

3 (3) Icabad Crane 5.60

Off: 6:17.

Start:

Good for all but

TRES BORRACHOS

and

KENTUCKY BEAR.

Won ridden out.

Track:

Fast.

Exacta

(7-1) paid $36.60.

Trifecta

(7-1-3) paid $336.80.

Daily Double

(7-7) paid $10.40.

Superfecta

(7-1-3-6) paid $1,192.30.

Scratched:

BEHINDATTHEBAR.

BIG BROWN was taken in hand along the inside nearing the first turn, brushed with

RILEY TUCKER

approaching the backstretch, was wrangled back and angled five-wide leaving the three-quarter pole, stalked the leaders under confident handling while continuing wide, lodged a bid midway on the final turn, charged to the front in the upper stretch, moved clear under urging nearing the eighth pole, then was taken in hand through the final 16th.

MACHO AGAIN

saved ground early, advanced between rivals nearing the half-mile marker, steadied when in traffic midway on the turn, angled out nearing the quarter pole, swung five-wide entering the stretch and continued on willingly to gain the place.

ICABAD CRANE

settled along the inside, commenced a rail run leaving the far turn, steadied when lacking room on the turn, angled out near the quarter pole, split horses in upperstretch and closed late to gain a share.

RACECAR    RHAPSODY

saved ground to the half-mile marker, angled out and moved between rivals near the three-eighths pole, altered course six-wide at the top of the lane, continued his run to mid-stretch, then flattened out.

STEVIL

raced two-wide in mid-pack, bumped with

RACECAR RHAPSODY

on the far turn, advanced three-wide between rivals to reach contention on the turn, then failed to sustain his bid.

KENTUCKY BEAR

stumbled at the break, lost ground four-wide entering the backstretch, altered course to the inside nearing the half-mile pole, made a sharp move along the rail leaving the far turn, checked behind a wall of horses in upper stretch, angled to the four path then finished evenly.

HEY BYRN

was four-wide chasing the pace along the backstretch, remained a factor to the quarter-pole, then steadily tired thereafter.

GIANT MOON

settled in mid-pack while well of the rail, chased the leaders five-wide down the backstretch, swung eight-wide leaving the quarter-pole, then lacked a late response.

TRES BORRACHOS

stumbled badly at the break, checked repeatedly in the opening quarter-mile, swung wide nearing the quarter-pole but failed to reach contention.

YANKEE BRAVO

devoid of speed while saving ground throughout and lacked the needed response when called upon.

GAYEGO

leaned in and bumped with

GIANT MOON

leaving the gate, was hustled up to gain a clear early advantage, set the pace in hand down the backstretch, dueled from the far turn to the head of the stretch, gave way and was not abused late.

RILEY TUCKER

brushed with the winner nearing the backstretch, stalked the pace two to three-wide, moved to challenge leaving the three-eighths, gained a brief lead between rivals midway on the final turn, then stopped leaving the three-sixteenths marker.