TVG Promo Codes & Offers for Preakness 2021

Who will end up winning Preakness 146? TVG has Promo Codes for New Customers looking to bet on the race!
Who will end up winning Preakness 146? TVG has Promo Codes for New Customers looking to bet on the race!
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TVG are an extremely well-renowned Horse Racing Betting Operator. The company also run and own the TVG Network who broadcast Horse Racing from all over the world. You will find that TVG and TVG2 are available with many cable and satellite TV subscriptions, so this may well be the right company for you if you are interested in watching and wagering on Horse Racing globally.

In addition, they also stream the channel for customers. So a big bonus of having a TVG account is that you can watch Horse Racing from all over via your smartphone, tablet or computer.

They have a couple of special offers for new customers over this Preakness weekend at Pimlico which we’ll get into below. Just choose the sign-up offer that you fancy using and click on the banner, you’ll be taken to the respective sign-up page to complete your registration.

Our Preakness Stakes Race Card is at the bottom of the screen where you can click on the odds of the horse you are looking to back along with the operator of your choice. From here you'll be taken to the sign-up page to complete the process to get you on your way to place your bet on Preakness 146.

TVG have a cash back offer on all races at Pimlico on both Friday and Preakness Saturday itself. This cash back offer means that if your horse finishes second or third then TVG will reimburse your stake to your account. So if for example you place a bet on Midnight Bourbon to win the Preakness and the Steve Asmussen trained horse finishes second or third - your stake will be refunded to your account up to $10.

The other main offer from TVG is bet up to $300 completely risk free. Yes risk free. Just place your first single bet on any race and get up to $300 back as wagering credit if your horse doesn’t win. They’ll match your first bet up to that amount so if you are looking to place a big bet on the Derby or any other race then this is the sign-up offer for you.

So if you wanted to, you could put down $300 on betting favorite for the big race - Medina Spirit -  and you would get your money back in wagering credits to bet on other races should the winner of the Kentucky Derby fail to double up and follow that win with victory in the Preakness.

Residents in the following states are currently able to open an account with TVG:

Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey (as 4NJBets), New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming.

We have a full review of the TVG website for those looking to read-up on the company and check which deposit options are available.

Also below you'll find our full Preakness 146 Race Card. Just click on the Morning Lines odds of the horse you want to back with the operator you want to bet with and you'll be taken to their login/sign-up page where you can take advantage of their sign-up bonus.

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Preakness Stakes 2021 Race Card

PP 3

Medina Spirit

  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: John Velazquez /
  • Trainer: Bob Baffert /
Morning Line Odds

Kentucky Derby winner. You all know the story about his failed drugs test. Has to pass Pre-Race testing otherwise he will be scratched. If he runs, worthy favorite. Tough front-running horse.

PP 10

Concert Tour

  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: Mike Smith /
  • Trainer: Bob Baffert /
Morning Line Odds

Second favorite behind stablemate Medina Spirit. Won the San Vicente and Rebel in impressive fashion before a third place finish at the Arkansas Derby. Front-runner. If he gets out to the lead early then he'll be tough to beat. Big if though with Medina Spirit in the field.

PP 5

Midnight Bourbon

  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: Irad Ortiz Jr. /
  • Trainer: Steve Asmussen /
Morning Line Odds

If you are looking to bet away from Bob Baffert, here's your best shot. Hit the board in all five of the Derby Prep Races he entered, winning the Grade III Lecomte. Ran 6th in the Derby. Contender.

PP 4

Crowded Trade

  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: Javier Castellano /
  • Trainer: Chad Brown /
Morning Line Odds

Hit the board twice in the NYRA Road to the Derby. Surprised he's as short as 10/1 on the Morning Line. Expect that to drift.

PP 6


  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: Flavien Prat /
  • Trainer: Michael McCarthy /
Morning Line Odds

My favorite horse of the perceived outsiders. Thought his third place behind Essential Quality and Highly Motivated in the Grade II Blue Grass was a good run. Outsider but not a no hoper.

PP 2


  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: David Cohen /
  • Trainer: Robertino Diodoro /
Morning Line Odds

Came home 7th in the Kentucky Derby. Looked like an excellent two-year-old but hasn't hit the board in three starts as a three-year-old. Tough to back even in deep exotics.

PP 8

Unbridled Honor

  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: Luis Saez /
  • Trainer: Todd Pletcher /
Morning Line Odds

Broke his Maiden back in February at Tampa Bay Downs. 4th in the Tampa Bay Derby and second behind King Fury at the Lexington. Would be a big step up to contend in the Preakness.

PP 9

Risk Taking

  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: Jose Ortiz /
  • Trainer: Chad Brown /
Morning Line Odds

Won the Grade III Withers back in February but followed that up with a 7th place finish in that shocking Wood Memorial. Deep exotics possibilities.

PP 7

France Go De Ina

  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: Joel Rosario /
  • Trainer: Hideyuki Mori /
Morning Line Odds

Flown in from Japan following a very disappointing 6th place in the UAE Derby. Was highly thought of going into that race. Would need to up his game seriously to be near the front in the closing stages.

PP 1


  • Age: 3 /
  • Jockey: Ricardo Santana Jr. /
  • Trainer: D. Wayne Lukas /
Morning Line Odds

Broke his Maiden at the 9th time of asking. Trainer D. Wayne Lukas looking for his 8th Preakness win. Real real long shot here.

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