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Where to Bet the 2018 Holy Bull Stakes Online

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Published on:
Jan/28/2018

You can bet the 2018 Holy Bull Stakes at Bookmaker, which offers up to an 8% rebate (losses back).

Odds will be released mid-week.  Get the latest odds here

The purse will be $350,000 (since 2016).  This race takes place at Gulfstream Park in South Florida on Saturday February 3, one week after the Pegasus World Cup was run there.  It is run on 1 mile of dirt and open to qualified 3-year-olds.

This Grade II race is a prep for the Florida Derby, which itself is a prep for the upcoming Kentucky Derby in May. 

The race gives points to the top four finishers that will help them earn a spot in the Kentucky Derby starting gate. The Holy Bull Stakes is named for Hall of Fame racehorse Holy Bull.

The Withers and Robert B. Lewis prep races will also be held on this day.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

 

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