Belmont Stakes odds will not include the name of Musket Man, who would have been a formidable Belmont Stakes betting commodity. Musket Man also would have likely been give the respect he so long ago deserved against the Belmont Stakes odds.
Musket Man finished third in both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes and was in the money in all 8 of his career races prior to Belmont Stakes betting action with 5 wins and 3 shows.
Musket Man departed his Monmouth Park stall and headed for a well deserved vacation after running at six different race tracks prior to action against the Belmont Stakes odds with earnings of almost $900,000 for owners Eric Fein and Vic Carlson.
Musket Man would have had a strong resume for the Belmont Stakes odds as he won the Tampa Bay Derby as well as the Illinois Derby Trainer Derek Ryan said that instead of running against the Belmont Stakes odds, Musket Man would rest and then prepare for The Haskell Invitational on August 2.
Ryan also said that Musket Man had a real shot to win the Preakness but having to check up in traffic may have cost him the prize as he fell 10 lengths back and ran out of time after a furious rally in the stretch. Musket Man’s Triple Crown performance is a good guide for betting against the Belmont Stakes odds.
Musket Man was basically blown off by the experts for the both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes despite a strong record. Other horses with similar backgrounds running against the Belmont Stakes odds may prove to be excellent values that merit attention from gamblers looking to get more than what might be deserved on the board.
Musket Man demonstrated that a good horse with a winning record that is being ignored can make for an outstanding bet against the Belmont Stakes odds.
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