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Belmont Stakes Odds - Stately Victor

Belmont Stakes odds handicapping could include a quiet choice that brings plenty of potential value with Stately Victor, who is well rested for the Belmont.

Belmont Stakes odds players will have a horse that has a Grade 1 win under his belt and with the potential for a nice Belmont Stakes betting payoff with Stately Victor.

Stately Victor last ran in the May 1 Kentucky Derby and will bring fresh legs for Belmont gambling.  He has a career record of 9 career starts with 2 wins, 1 place, and a total of over $493,000 in winnings.

Stately Victor is owned by F. Thomas and Jack Conway, trained by Michael J. Maker and will be mounted by Alan Garcia.  Stately Victor is by Ghostzapper and Collect the Cash.

Stately Victor finished 8th in the mud and slop of the Kentucky Derby as he was forced into the inside and bumped.  He never ran better than 8th in the entire race that was won by Super Saver.

Prior to the Kentucky Derby Super Saver beat the horse betting odds in the Grade 1 Blue Grass Stakes on April 10 at Keeneland with a $40.10 payoff as a long shot.  He was 6th at the halfway point and closed strong to 2nd at the stretch to go on to win over Paddy O’ Prado and First Dude.

Paddy O’ Prado was the show horse of the Kentucky Derby while First Dude was the place horse in the Preakness Stakes and will run in the Belmont Stakes.

Stately Victor has a very long stride that would seem to be well suited for success with the Belmont Stakes odds as the race is one and one half miles in length, the longest of the Triple Crown season.

Stately Victor has been most impressive in his workouts in Louisville and would appear to be a horse racing gambling value with excellent upset potential with the Belmont Stakes odds.  Maker is hoping for an outside draw for the Belmont Stakes and says the horse is fit and in excellent condition.

Make thinks that the Belmont Track ideally suits Stately Victor for success in horse racing betting.

“Actually, I think the track’s going to favor him just because he’s a great big horse,” said Maker.  “We’re training on the littlest track and going to the biggest one.”