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2013 Belmont Stakes Race Predictions, Odds, Preview, and Picks

June 6th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in Horse Racing   Comments Off on 2013 Belmont Stakes Race Predictions, Odds, Preview, and Picks

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Full 2013 Belmont Stakes Race Odds & Racing Form Found Below

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2013 Belmont Stakes Odds, Picks & Info
2013 Belmont Stakes Date: Saturday, June 8th, 2013
2013 Belmont Stakes Post Time: 6:30 ET
2013 Belmont Stakes Location: Belmont Racetrack, Elmont, NY
2013 Belmont Stakes Favorite: Orb (3 to 1)
2013 Belmont Stakes TV Coverage – Network: NBC
2013 Belmont Stakes Past Performances: Click Here

Frac Daddy
Alan Garcia
Kenneth McPeek
30 to 1
Freedom Child
Luis Saez
Thomas Albertrani
8 to 1
John Velazquez
Todd Pletcher
12 to 1
Giant Finish
Edgar Prado
Anthony Dutrow
30 to 1
Joel Rosario
Shug McGaughey
3 to 1
Irad Ortiz Jr.
Kiaran McLaughlin
20 to 1
Gary Stevens
D. Wayne Lukas
5 to 1
Midnight Taboo
Garrett Gomez
Todd Pletcher
30 to 1
Javier Castellano
Todd Pletcher
10 to 1
Will Take Charge
John Court
D. Wayne Lukas
20 to 1
Julien Leparoux
Rudy Rodriguez
20 to 1
Palace Malice
Mike Smith
Todd Pletcher
15 to 1
Unlimited Budget
Rosie Napravnik
Todd Pletcher
8 to 1
Golden Soul
Robby Albarado
Dallas Stewart
10 to 1

Oxbow Preakness StakesWithout a Triple Crown prospect waiting in the wings, there is no overwhelming favorite on the Belmont Stakes odds. Orb (Odds To Win Belmont Stakes: 3 to 1 at BetOnline Sportsbook) is the most likely horse that could go on and take a second leg of the Triple Crown. Of course, Orb was the horse that won the Kentucky Derby, and he was the overwhelming favorite to win the Preakness. He had a terrible run at Pimlico though, and he was boxed out of any real chance to ultimately claim the second leg of the Triple Crown. Orb though, is probably still the best three-year old horse in the world right now, and unlike at the Preakness, where we weren’t overly wild over his horse racing odds, we think that this is a very respectable price at 3 to 1. The Florida Derby and Kentucky Derby winner could very well add the Belmont Stakes to his resume as well. Orb is going to go out of the very solid No. 5 post. Posts don’t matter nearly as much in the Belmont as they do in the other races in the Triple Crown, but at least this way, there is no excuse for Jockey Joel Rosario to get his colt pinned in along the rail like he did at the Preakness.

Horse Racing BettingIt’s not all that often that we see a Kentucky Derby winner and a Preakness Stakes winner running up against each other in the Belmont Stakes, but that’s exactly what we have this year. Oxbow (2013 Belmont Stakes Race Odds: 13 to 2 at BetOnline Sportsbook) went wire to wire at the Preakness Stakes in a truly amazing run in a truly unique situation. Jockey Gary Stevens, one of the oldest men to ever get onto a horse in a Triple Crown race, did a fantastic job getting Oxbow to the front of the pack at the Preakness, and he was really never challenged. This is going to be a fantastic challenge for Oxbow though, as few probably thought that he could actually win the second leg of the Triple Crown, let alone to run in the third leg at 1 1/2 mile. Does Stevens have one more magical run in him? We don’t like his odds, but we do definitely think that Oxbow is a lot better than our original projections from the Derby and the Preakness.

Past Belmont Winners (Since 2000)
2012 Belmont Stakes Winner: Union Rags
2011 Belmont Stakes Winner: Ruler On Ice
2010 Belmont Stakes Winner: Drosselmeyer
2009 Belmont Stakes Winner: Summer Bird
2008 Belmont Stakes Winner: Da’Tara
2007 Belmont Stakes Winner: Rags To Riches
2006 Belmont Stakes Winner: Jazil
2005 Belmont Stakes Winner: Afleet Alex
2004 Belmont Stakes Winner: Birdstone
2003 Belmont Stakes Winner: Empire Maker
2002 Belmont Stakes Winner: Sarava
2001 Belmont Stakes Winner: Point Given
2000 Belmont Stakes Winner: Commendable

Horse Racing OddsThe most interesting horse that is in this field in our eyes is Vyjack (Belmont Stakes Betting Lines: 25 to 1 at 5Dimes Sportsbook). Vyjack had an absolutely atrocious run in the Kentucky Derby, finishing 18th amongst the 19 horses. As a result, most assume that he isn’t going to be able to run against the big boys in a Grade 1 race. We aren’t so sure though, whether Vyjack was just a victim of 1) the extended field and 2) Mother Nature taking over and making the track at Churchill Downs sloppy as could be. Vyjack won each of the first three races of his career, and he was competitive in the Wood Memorial. In spite of the fact that Oxbow and Orb are both in this race, there aren’t a heck of a lot of other horses that scare us, and the field is nowhere near as good as the one was at the Derby. If Vyjack gets off to a good start in this 1 1/2 mile circuit and can cover the distance, he might be the horse that surprises all.

If you’re a strong proponent of betting on some history happening at the Belmont, the horse you want to bet on is Unlimited Budget (Belmont Stakes Odds: 10 to 1 at BetOnline Sportsbook). Not only would this filly be just the fourth filly (and the second in the last 108 years) to win the Belmont Stakes, but if she wins, Jockey Rosie Napravnik would become just the second female jockey to ever win a Triple Crown race. Don’t just discount Unlimited Budget because of the fact that she is a she. Yes, she only finished third at the Kentucky Oaks earlier this year, but she ran against what might have been a more competitive field at Churchill Downs than when the boys ran against each other. Trainer Todd Pletcher is taking a big chance by running Unlimited Budget “The Test of Champions” against the colts instead of against the fillies. We’ll have to see how it pans out. There won’t be a tougher horse to handicap here than Unlimited Budget.

2013 Belmont Stakes Race Lines @ 5Dimes Sportsbook (as of 6/6/13):
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Frac Daddy 33 to 1
Freedom Child 9.50 to 1
Overanalyze 16 to 1
Giant Finish 40 to 1
Orb 2.90 to 1
Incognito 30 to 1
Oxbow 5.50 to 1
Midnight Taboo 40 to 1
Revolutionary 5 to 1
Will Take Charge 25 to 1
Vyjack 25 to 1
Palace Malice 14 to 1
Unlimited Budget 10 to 1
Golden Soul 12 to 1

Belmont Stakes Prop Bets
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Belmont Stakes Matchups Bets
Oxbow +120 vs. Revolutionary -150
Frac Daddy -130 vs. Midnight Taboo +100
Vyjack +100 vs. Palace Malice -130
Unlimited Budget -105 vs. Freedom Child -125
Golden Soul -125 vs. Overanalyze -105
Giant Finish +120 vs. Incognito -150
Orb -170 vs. Oxbow +140
Will Take Charge -130 vs. Vyjack +100
Frac Daddy -120 vs. Giant Finish -110
Freedom Child -125 vs. Golden Soul -105
Unlimited Budget -145 vs. Palace Malice +115
Golden Soul -105 vs. Unlimited Budget -125
Overanalyze -115 vs. Palace Malice -115
Orb -155 vs. Revolutionary +135

Current 2013 Belmont Stakes Lines @ BetOnline Sportsbook (as of 6/6/13):
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Orb 3 to 1
Revolutionary 5 to 1
Oxbow 13 to 2
Freedom Child 8 to 1
Palace Malice 10 to 1
Unlimited Budget 10 to 1
Golden Soul 12 to 1
Overanalyze 14 to 1
Will Take Charge 20 to 1
Vyjack 22 to 1
Incognito 25 to 1
Frac Daddy 33 to 1
Giant Finish 33 to 1
Midnight Taboo 33 to 1

2010 Belmont Stakes Odds, Entries, Picks

June 3rd, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in Horse Racing   1 Comment »

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2010 Belmont Stakes betting action goes to post on Saturday at 6:32 (EST) in Elmont, New York, (Race 11).  Here at Bankroll Sports, we’re going over the Belmont Stakes odds with our Belmont Stakes preview.

Complete List of 2010 Belmont Stakes Entries Can Be Found Below

Even though neither the winner of the Kentucky Derby (Super Saver) nor the Preakness Stakes (Lookin At Lucky) are running in this race, the runners up of both are in this field, and they are the top two favorites on the board. Ice Box (+300 at BetUS Sportsbook) is the slight favorite of the two. He won the Florida Derby as a 20-1 longshot and came back with a great second place showing in the Kentucky Derby. In his L/2 races, Ice Box has run speed rankings of 99 and 100 respectively.

First Dude (+350 at BetUS Sportsbook) put on a clinical run at the Preakness Stakes and will need a significantly different run in order to be as successful at the Belmont Stakes. First Dude, who started at Pimlico in the same 11th position that he will run out of on Saturday, will try his best to once again reach the front of the pack by the first turn, and he’ll attempt to become a wire-to-wire winner that is rarely seen at this race. The question about running the full 1 1/2 mile race is still up in the air with this horse, but it certainly looked like he had enough in the tank down the stretch at the Preakness.

The Grade II Dwyer was run here at Belmont Stakes in the middle of May, and while other horses were worried about the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, Drosselmeyer (+1200 at BetUS Sportsbook) and Fly Down (+450 at BetUS Sportsbook) were busy tuning up on this racetrack. Fly Down won the Dwyer by six lengths and appeared to be running away. However, Drosselmeyer was the horse that was the odds on favorite to win that race, and perhaps if he didn’t slip a tad out of the gates and have a very sloppy run, he might have won the Dwyer, and had he done that, he could possibly have been the favorite in this race.

There are a rash of new contenders in the Belmont Stakes, but the bottom line is that most of them are incredible longshot colts at best. Particularly weak are the two inside horses, Dave in Dixie (+2000 at BetUS Sportsbook) and Spangled Star (+2000 at BetUS Sportsbook). Neither one has any sort of a history that suggests that they should be running in this race, and the owner for Spangled Star already knows that he is defeat, suggesting that it is very possible that his horse could finish dead last in this race and not be surprised. Be sure to look very hard at the past performances before choosing which horses to back in Belmont Stakes betting action. Yes, Da’Tara pulled a heck of an upset at over 70-1 in 2008 here at Belmont Racetrack, but the likelihood of someone else pulling off that type of a feat just seems highly unlikely at best.

Belmont Stakes Odds @ BetUS Sportsbook (as of 6/3/10):
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#1 Dave in Dixie +2000
#2 Spangled Star +3000
#3 Uptowncharlybrown +1000
#4 Make Music For Me +900
#5 Fly Down +450
#6 Ice Box +300
#7 Drosselmeyer +1200
#8 Game On Dude +900
#9 Stately Victor +1400
#10 Stay Put +2000
#11 First Dude +350
#12 Interactif +1200

Give us your 2010 Belmont Stakes picks in the poll below:
(Feel Free To Comment With Your Belmont Picks & Tips As Well)

Who is your pick to win the Belmont Stakes?

  • #5 Fly Down - 9/2 (26%, 6 Votes)
  • #7 Drosselmeyer - 12/1 (22%, 5 Votes)
  • #6 Ice Box - 3/1 (17%, 4 Votes)
  • #11 First Dude - 7/1 (17%, 4 Votes)
  • #3 Uptowncharlybrown - 10/1 (9%, 2 Votes)
  • #1 Dave in Dixie - 20/1 (4%, 1 Votes)
  • #12 Interactif - 12/1 (4%, 1 Votes)
  • #2 Spangled Star - 30/1 (0%, 0 Votes)
  • #4 Make Music for Me - 10/1 (0%, 0 Votes)
  • #8 Game On Dude - 10/1 (0%, 0 Votes)
  • #9 Stately Victor - 15/1 (0%, 0 Votes)
  • #10 Stay Put - 20/1 (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 23