Preakness Stakes payout: Who won Preakness Stakes 2021?

Preakness Stakes payout: Who won Preakness Stakes 2021?

May 15, 2021; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Flavien Prat aboard Rombauer responds after winning the 146th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
Who won Preakness Stakes 2021? by Alicia de Artola
Rombauer won the 2021 Preakness Stakes and will take house a $600,000 handbag after it pushed previous preferred Medina Spirit.
The 2021 Preakness Stakes took location at its usual time of the year, following the Kentucky Derby, which was won by Medina Spirit. If Medina Spirit would win the second leg of the Triple Crown, everybody tuning in was questioning. That was not the case.

On Saturday, Rombauer out of the sixth gate won the 2021 Preakness Stakes, while Midnight Bourbon, Medina Spirit and Keepmeinmind completed in 2nd, third and fourth, respectively. As an outcome of the win, Rombauer takes home $600,000 of the $1 million handbag of the Preakness.
What were the trifecta, exacta and superfecta payments for the 2021 Preakness Stakes?
Rombauer got in the race with 11-1 odds of winning the Preakness, so those who bet on the horse out of the sixth gate are getting a pretty great payout. When it comes to those of you who positioned cash on the appropriate exacta (first through 2nd), trifecta (initially through third) or superfecta (first through fourth), here is what you will win, thanks to NBC Sports:

$ 2.00 Exacta: 6-5 = $98.60.
$ 1.00 Trifecta: 6-5-3 = $162.70.
$ 1.00 Superfecta: 6-5-3-2 = $1,025.50.

The 2021 Preakness Stakes took location at its normal time of the year, following the Kentucky Derby, which was won by Medina Spirit. Everybody tuning in was wondering if Medina Spirit would win the 2nd leg of the Triple Crown. Then, Rombauer appeared from out of no place to take a prolonged lead in the last stretch to win the Preakness.

For most of the race, it was Medina Spirit preserving the lead. However as the race progressed, the Bob Baffert-trained horse appeared to run out of gas, allowing Midnight Bourbon to make it wire-to-wire. Then, Rombauer appeared from out of nowhere to take a lengthy lead in the final stretch to win the Preakness.
For those of you lucky individuals to bank on Rombauer, congratulations on what is no doubt a delighted Saturday for you all.