Preakness Stakes

How to watch the 2024 Preakness Stakes race: Start time, channel, odds, where to stream and more

How to watch the 2024 Preakness Stakes race: Start time, channel, odds, where to stream and more

Mystik Dan won the 150th running of the Kentucky Derby horse race at Churchill Downs. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

It’s time for the 149th Preakness Stakes, the middle jewel of the Triple Crown. The 2024 Kentucky Derby concluded with a three-horse photo finish, with 18-1 shot Mystik Dan taking the lead over Sierra Leone and Forever Young. Mystik Dan's pursuit of the 2024 Triple Crown continues this Saturday, with Preakness 149. Coverage of the second leg of the Triple Crown will begin at 1:30 p.m. this Saturday on CNBC and streaming live on Peacock, then moves to NBC (and stays on Peacock) at 4:30 p.m.

Are you ready to switch over from drinking Mint Juleps to Black-Eyed Susans? Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Preakness 149 this weekend.

  • Peacock

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Date: Saturday, May 18

Coverage start time: 1:30 p.m. ET

Race time: TBD

Location: Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, Maryland

TV channel: NBC, CNBC

Streaming: Peacock

The second stop in the potential Triple Crown journey will be held this Saturday, May 18 — AKA Armed Forces Day. The action actually begins on Friday, with the 100th running of the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes.

Coverage of the 149th Preakness Stakes will begin on race day as early as 1:30 p.m. The actual race won’t begin until after 4:30 — official run post time still TBD.

The 149th Preakness Stakes will air on NBC and stream live on Peacock.

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Peacock

Stream the Preakness Stakes

At $6 per month, a Peacock subscription is the easiest way to stream this year’s Kentucky Derby! An ad-supported Peacock subscription lets you stream live sports and events airing on NBC, including this upcoming NFL season’s first Friday night game, Big Ten Saturday Night football games and more. Plus, you’ll get access to thousands of hours of shows and movies, including beloved sitcoms such as Parks and Recreation and The Office. For $12 monthly you can upgrade to an ad-free subscription which includes live access to your local NBC affiliate (not just during designated sports and events) and the ability to download select titles to watch offline.

$5.99/month at Peacock

  • DirecTV

    Watch NBC, CNBC

    Try free at DirecTV

  • Fubo

    Watch NBC, CNBC

    Try free at Fubo

  • YouTube TV

    Watch NBC, CNBC

    Try free at YouTube

  • Sling Blue

    Watch NBC

    $22.50 for your first month at Sling

Preakness Stakes 2024 post positions and odds:

The post positions for the Preakness Stakes haven't been drawn yet.

The Preakness sister race, the running of the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes, will be held the day before Preakness 149, on Friday, May 17. The race will see a field of three-year-old fillies run the 1+1⁄8 miles of dirt, at the end of an electric 14-race day.

The Black-Eyed Susan fillies race will stream live on Peacock the day before the 2024 Derby.

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The Preakness Stakes race distance measures 1+3⁄16 miles (9.5 furlongs). As far as time goes, every horse and rider is likely looking to beat Pimlico's course record of 1:53.0 — set by the Triple Crown-winning Secretariat in 1973.

This year, the winner of the middle jewel in the Triple Crown will receive a portion of a record $2 million.

  • Mugatu, Joe Bravo (20-1)

  • Uncle Heavy, Irad Ortiz Jr. (20-1)

  • Catching Freedom, Flavien Prat (6-1)

  • Muth, Juan Hernandez (8-5)

  • Mystik Dan, Brian Hernandez Jr. (5-2)

  • Seize the Grey, Jaime Torres (15-1)

  • Just Steel, Joel Rosario (15-1)

  • Tuscan Gold, Tyler Gaffalione (8-1)

  • Imagination, Frankie Dettori (6-1)

  • Mystik Dan managed to win the 2024 Kentucky Derby with a winning time 2:03.24.

    The 2024 Kentucky Derby winner, Mystik Dan, will race at Preakness, kicking off the second leg of his journey to that elusive Triple Crown win.

    The Triple Crown is made up of the big three 3-year-old thoroughbred horse races: the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes. Only 13 horses have ever won the Triple Crown, the last being Justify, in 2018.

    The Belmont Stakes will run on Saturday, June 8, 2024.

    • Peacock

      Stream the Preakness Stakes

      $5.99 per month at Peacock

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