Arlington Million Payouts Odds 2011

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/10/2011
Arlington Million Payouts Odds 2011

The 2011 Arlington Million payouts odds for this weekend’s race could prove lucrative.

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Depending on the racebook online, Cape Blanco would pay $200 for every $100 bet ($20 for every $10 bet) while Gio Ponti would pay out $400 on a $100 bet ($40 for every $10 bet).  US horse bettors can place their wagers at TwinSpires, which is legally licensed in the States and owned by Churchill Downs. 

Those living outside the US are encouraged to place bets on the 2011 Arlington Million here at 888.com, publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange.

Additional Arlington Million payouts odds were as follows and subject to change with variations between books:

Wigmore Hall was at 5/1 odds

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Tajaaweed would pay out $900 for every $100 bet with a win.  Some racebooks were offering shorter odds of 7/1 or payouts of $700 on every $100 bet.

Mission Approved pays $1000 for every $100 bet though Gambling911.com does not recommend a wager on Mission Approved at 888Sport.com since they were offering the absolute worst odds (7/1).

Zack Hall was at 10/1 but Gambling911.com found 12/1 at Bet365 for those of you outside the US.

Rahystrada would pay out 14 to 1 odds.

Dean’s Kitchen pays $2500 on a $100 bet with an upset win.

Long shots General Perfect and Proceed Bee would each pay out a whopping $6600 on a $100 bet.

The Arlington Million is generating significant betting interest even days before the big race. 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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