Woodward Stakes 2012 Betting Odds – Saratoga Racing September 1

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Aug/31/2012
Woodward Stakes 2012 Betting Odds – Saratoga Racing September 1

Woodward Stakes 2012 betting odds for Saturday’s Saratoga racing had Mucho Macho Man as the EVEN odds favorite at Sportsbook.com.

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This will be Race 10 of the September 1 card that is run on 1 ¼ miles of dirt.  It features a $750,000 purse.

Thoroughbred horses age three years old and up are permitted to race.

Mucho Macho Man finished third in last year’s Kentucky Derby, having raced in all three Triple Crown events.  He has since gone on to win the Sunshine Millions Classic and Suburban Handicap this year. 

Woodward Stakes 2012 betting odds appear below…

Mucho Macho Man

Even

To Honor and Serve

+160

Stay Thirsty

+400

Trickmeister

+500

Cease

+800

Rule

+900

Gourmet Dinner

20/1

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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