Belmont Stakes odds excitement is based in large part on those two choices of those who did and those who didn’t to make for a difficult Belmont Stakes betting riddle.
One of the Belmont gambling entries that is yet to see Triple Crown horse racing action so far is Stay Put, who will have fresh legs and lungs for the Belmont Stakes as he last ran on May 1.
Stay Put has a career record with the horse betting odds of 7 starts, 3 wins, 2 third place finishes, and total winnings of $112,000. Stay Put is owned by Richard, Bertram, and Elaine Klein. He is trained by Steve Margolis and the jockey is Jamie Theriot. The 3 year old chestnut colt is by Broken Vow and OK Mom.
Stay Put last ran on May 1 at Churchill Downs in a race that was one and one sixteenth miles in length as he won by three quarters of a length over Vow to Wager and Kettle River. He was 4th at the halfway point before closing strong as he took the lead when they hit the stretch and won.
Prior to that he ran in the March 27 Grade 2 Louisiana Derby which was one and one eighth miles in length and finished a disappointing 5th as Mission Impazzible took the wire while another competitor with the Belmont Stakes odds, Drosselmeyer, finished 3rd.
On February 20, also at the Louisiana Fairgrounds, Stay Put ran in the Grade 2 Risen Star and finished 5th as he never was in contention in a crowded field, as the horse racing gambling event had three and four wide action throughout the critical junctures.
Stay Put did build his credentials with the Belmont Stakes odds by winning races on January 3 and December 7 as well as finishing in the money in his two races before that.
Stay Put has been training at Belmont already for Saturday’s horse racing betting action and has worked out well.
Word is that the extra long mile and a half Belmont Stakes is ideally suited for Stay Put as he likes to come from off the pace.