Fly Down Belmont Stakes Odds

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Dan Shapiro
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Fly Down Belmont Stakes Odds

Fly Down Belmont Stakes odds were listed at 9/2 at Sportsbetting.com and he was among the favorites.

Fly Down drew attention to himself with a 6 length win at Belmont Park in the Dwyer on May 8th. He then followed this up by working four furlongs in 49.40 seconds.

From the Baltimore Sun:

"Fly Down gets very flattering odds, but it looks to be mostly based on what he might be. His racing history is not all that strong, except for his win in the Dwyer last time out. But he is bred to like this distance so it would not be a huge surprise. Uptowncharliebrown looks to be outclassed in the Belmont. Interactif is an interesting prospect at 12-1. He has found success on turf and dirt, and on both coasts. He may be the best challenger to First Dude on the front end, but I suspect he would rather leave that chore to someone else so he can come from just off the pace. If he does not get caught up in the pace, he could be a good wager."

Here were your latest Belmont Stakes 2010 odds heading into Saturday at Sportsbetting.com.

Dave In Dixie 18/1

Drosselmeyer 11/1

First Dude 3/1

Fly Down 9/2

Game On Dude 10/1

Ice Box 9/5

Interactif 10/1

Make Music For Me 17/2

Spangled Star 28/1

Stately Victor 13/1

Stay Put 18/1

Uptowncharlybrown 9/1

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Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com


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