The Belmont Stakes is the third and final leg of the Triple Crown.
Held at Belmont in New York, some of horse racing’s biggest storylines have come out of the Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes odds are available for most of the year, so bettors can get stuck into the early markets.
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Location: Belmont, New York, USA
Track: Belmont Park
Upcoming Event: June 11, 2023
BELMONT STAKES ODDS & ANALYSIS
Belmont Stakes odds are based on a variety of factors, including form, history, trainer, and jockey. However, it largely depends on what bookmakers are willing to risk on certain runners.
The biggest factor is usually decided by the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes. Belmont Stakes betting tips always include the Derby and Preakness winner, providing they enter the race. All form from those two races stacks up well for the Belmont Stakes, especially runners that have been hitting the line well.
Bookmakers set the opening odds based on their calculations but it’s the public money that sees odds fluctuations. Belmont Stakes odds can change drastically leading up to the race, especially if there is stable money coming for a runner.
Upcoming Post Position
The 2023 post position, the position of stall in starting gate from which a horse starts the race is yet to be announced. Stay updated as we will provide you with all the information.
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HOW TO BET ON BELMONT STAKES?
There are many ways to win on the Belmont Stakes and bookmakers always offer specials for the final leg of the Triple Crown.
Exotic bets are popular, including quinella, exacta, trifecta and first-four wagers. There is always plenty of attention on Belmont Stakes odds, so the pools are big and that often results in big payouts, but typically bettors identify one runner and go with that.
Betting on horses that have performed well in the lead-up races is one of many Belmont Stakes betting tips. We suggest looking at horses hitting the line nicely as the extra distance can be too much for most of the field.
Belmont Stakes Betting Trends
Betting trends play a big factor in Belmont Stakes odds. Bettors can find many different betting trends to suit their wager
In the last 13 years, only two Belmont Stakes also raced in the Preakness Stakes. Those were Triple Crown winners Justify and American Pharoah. More horses are skipping the Preakness to prepare for the Belmont, which is the primary reason for this.
Only 11 of the last 22 winners have had experience running at Belmont. It used to be a must-have on the form guide, but with a 50 percent win rate, it’s a good Belmont Stakes betting trend to include.
It always pays to watch horses that run on. Belmont Stakes horses and odds don’t always reflect their ability, so getting to a longer distance helps. Bookmakers don’t always know how to price these horses, so keep an eye on the fast finishers.
BELMONT STAKES HISTORY
There is always so much intrigue with Belmont Stakes odds and especially if there’s a chance of the Triple Crown being won.
Having a potential Triple Crown winner adds to the joys of the Belmont Stakes, which is a great setting for top-level horse racing. However, if there’s no chance of the Triple Crown being won, there is significantly less interest in the race.
First held in 1867, the Belmont Stakes is one of the oldest races in American thoroughbred racing and it’s also the longest distance of the three Triple Crown races. It makes for a tougher race that separates the men from the boys, as the saying goes.
The current purse of $1.5 million makes it worth entering and the best 3-year-old stayers battle at Belmont for a chance of adding their names to the history books.
Tiz the Law owns the current race record over the 1⅛ distance, set in 2020. Secretariat won over 1½ miles in 1973 and that record will stand forever unless the distance changes.
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