Belmont Stakes gambling fans are hoping that both the Kentucky Derby winner and the Preakness Stakes winner will be posted on the Belmont Stakes betting board on June 6. Belmont Stakes gambling will be for one of the most unique races in the long and storied history of Belmont Stakes betting.
While there will be no horse in the field with a shot at the Triple Crown there will be plenty of story lines and plenty of attention as Belmont Stakes gambling will be for a challenging handicap. It is likely that Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird will take part in the field for Belmont Stakes gambling.
After shocking the horse racing world as a 50-1 winner in the Kentucky Derby, Mine That Bird further enhanced his Belmont Stakes gambling resume with a strong second place finish in the Preakness Stakes.
Mine That Bird was coming on strong down the stretch, just as was the case when he won the Derby, and finished less than a length behind filly Rachel Alexandra, who was the favorite and won going wire-to-wire. Rachel Alexandra’s status for Belmont Stakes gambling is a little more uncertain.
While her entrance into the field for Belmont Stakes gambling may not be as certain as Mine That Bird’s, the public demand for a rematch makes it more likely than not that the filly will run at Belmont.
What would make Belmont Stakes gambling even more interesting is if she does run because many handicappers and horsemen have speculated that Mine That Bird would have caught the filly if the Preakness Stakes was as long of a race as the Belmont Stakes, which is a mile and a half run and the longest and most demanding of the Triple Crown series.
Mine That Bird simply ran out of time at Pimlico but Belmont Park is ideal for a stretch run horse.
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