Belmont Stakes Weather: Horses That Run Best on Sloppy Track

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/10/2011
Belmont Stakes Weather

When it comes to the Belmont Stakes weather, a muddy track could be in the forecast  You will want to follow Gambling911.com closely as odds are likely to fluctuate rapidly throughout the day on Saturday.  There is a 50 percent chance throughout much of the afternoon. 

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A sloppy track would favor Exaggerator at +130 as the favorite, winning on the sloppy track of the Preakness Stakes and a big win in the mud at the Santa Anita Derby.

Cherry Wine is an obvious favorite to run well in the mud after a strong 2nd place finish at this year's Preakness Stakes. 

Belmont Stakes odds were available at BetDSI.com

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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