The 2009 Preakness Stakes Predictions Experts of Sports-Odds.com had this to say about Luv Gov, Friesan Fire, Terrain and Papa Clem.
4th Preakness Stakes Post Position – Luv Gov: The 2009 Preakness Stakes Predictions Experts do not give Luv Gov any chance of finishing in the money today. It took Luv Gov 10 starts before he broke his maiden. BetUS.com has Luv Gov listed at 50 to 1 odds (Bet $100 to win $5000). Trainer is D. Wayne Lukas. Jockey is Jamie Theriot.
5th Preakness Stakes Post Position – Friesan Fire: When I Want Revenge was scratched on the morning of the 2009 Kentucky Derby, Friesan Fire was instantly the odds on favorite to win the race. Unfortunately for Friesan Fire, he did not capitalize on this and finished a pathetic 18th out of 19 horses. Friesan Fire has a lot to prove but the 2009 Preakness Stakes Predictions Experts believe he can finish in the money at Pimlico. Sportsbook.com currently has Friesan Fire listed at 5 to 1 odds (Bet $100 to win $600), down from his morning line of 6 to 1. Trainer is Larry Jones. Jockey is Gabriel Saez.
6th Preakness Stakes Post Position – Terrain: After losing jockey Julian Leparoux, who opted to ride General Quarters today, the 2009 Preakness Stakes Predictions Experts are not giving any consideration to Terrain to finish in the money today at Pimlico. Terrain finished just out of the money in 4th in the Blue Grass and in the money in 3rd in the Louisiana Derby. Bodog.com have listed Terrain at 35 to 1 odds (Bet $100 to win $3500), which are longer odds then his morning line of 30 to 1. Trainer is Albert Stall Jr. Jockey is Jeremy Rose.
7th Post Position – Papa Clem: The 2009 Preakness Stakes Predictions Experts think Papa Clem offers horse racing bettors great value and believe the colt can finish in the money today at Pimlico. Papa Clem finished just out of the money in 4th place at the 2009 Kentucky Derby. Papa Clem won the 2009 Arkansas Derby on dry dirt. SBG Global has 2009 Preakness Stakes Payout Odds on Papa Clem listed at 12 to 1 odds (Bet $100 to win $1200). Trainer is Gary Stute. Jockey is Rafael Bejarano.