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Belmont Stakes Odds 2016 - The Triple Crown's Final Leg

 
Belmont Stakes odds will be posted for the last leg of America’s three Triple Crown thoroughbred horse races for three year olds on June 11, 2016.
 

Belmont Stakes odds handicappers have profound respect for this Grade 1 race that takes place each year at this time as Belmont Stakes betting has plenty of intangibles and excitement.

 
2011 BELMONT STAKES ODDS
Belmont Stakes Odds Animal Kingdom Retains Respect

Belmont Stakes odds will still have Animal Kingdom as one of the favorites as despite his loss in the Preakness he will still be a popular betting choice.

Belmont Stakes Odds No Triple Crown in 2011

Belmont Stakes odds handicappers will not have to worry about the Triple Crown factor when looking over the potential betting field for the June 11 race.

Belmont Stakes Odds Probable Top Contenders

Belmont Stakes odds handicappers should have an outstanding field of horses to choose from as the betting lineup could be the most talented of the spring.

Belmont Stakes Odds Shackleford to the Front

Belmont Stakes odds will have Preakness winner Shackleford as one of the favorites for June 11 mile and a half race as action will focus on this quality horse.

 
 
 

Belmont online stakes wagering for the Saturday, June 11 race will be available at Sports Gambling so be sure and have your account open and ready for action on one of the biggest races of the entire year.

One of the first factors to consider with Belmont Stakes handicapping is that it is the longest of the three Triple Crown horse races with a length of a mile and one half.  The Belmont Stakes is known as a marathon and many great horses have entered the race with a shot to win the Triple Crown only to falter and fade with the extra distance of Belmont Park.

The best remembered Belmont Stakes wagering result in history took place in 1973 when Secretariat entered the race with a shot at Triple Crown glory and ended up blowing away the rest of the field with a win of well over 30 lengths in what many observers and historians consider to be the greatest performance in the history of horse racing.

Perhaps the most memorable run in recent history with the Belmont Stakes betting odds was in 2008 when Big Brown entered the Belmont as the dominant and prohibitive favorite to take the wire and become the first horse since 1978 to win the Triple Crown.

Big Brown received considerable attention and his trainer basically guaranteed victory but the horse had a foot fracture and was pulled up at the stretch from where he limped home to a distant last place finish to go down as one of the biggest busts of all time.

Known as the “Test of Champions” the Belmont Stakes deserves that moniker as many horses such as Smarty Jones have entered Belmont Day with a shot at Triple Crown glory only to break the hearts of owners, trainers, jockeys and fans.

It is fitting that a horse must ultimately beat the Belmont Stakes odds in order to be considered a true Triple Crown champion and earn the immortality that goes with that feat.