2019 The Belmont Stakes Triple Crown Horse Racing Betting Odds Preview

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The Triple Crown in 2019 ends with the Belmont Stakes on Saturday June 8th to the satisfaction of horse racing bettors worldwide. The action begins from Elmont New York at 4PM Eastern Time and NBC TV has the coast to coast broadcast. Post time is set for 6:37PM Eastern Time for the Belmont Stakes. A field of ten are scheduled to run.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has War of Will and Tacitus both favored at +275 odds. War of Will runs out of the nine hole and will be ridden by Tyler Gaff. After an eighth place finish in the Kentucky Derby the three year old was the winners of the Preakness Stakes at 6-1 odds. He hugged the rail sitting fourth throughout then drove home for the win. War of Will makes his debut at Belmont Park and the New York circuit. The colt started his racing career with four races on the turf. Tacitus runs from the tenth post and is ridden by Jose Ortiz. The three year old skipped the Preakness after a fourth place finish in the Kentucky Derby. Tacitus makes his second start over Belmont where he finished fourth in his first career race in a Maiden Special Weight.

Third in the wagering is Bourbon War with a return of +750 odds. The three year old colt races from post five and will be ridden by veteran Mike Smith. He has two lifetime wins and comes off an eighth place finish in the Preakness Stakes. He makes his first start at Belmont Park.

Longshots include Joevia at +1600 odds and Tax at +1800 odds. Joevia will break on the rail at Post 1 and is ridden by Jose Lezcano. After a seventh place finish in the Wood Memorial the three year old won a $100,000 stake race at Monmouth Park. Tax races from Post 4 and in the saddle will be Irad Ortiz. He returns to the racetrack after a disappointing run finishing 15th at the Kentucky Derby. Tax had five in the money finishes in all his races for the exception of the Kentucky Derby.

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