What Are the Payout Odds Tapit Trice to Win the Belmont Stakes?

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Dan Shapiro
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Tapit Trice pays $40 for every $10 bet to win the 2023 Belmont Stakes at BetUS.


Odds to Win the 2023 Belmont Stakes

Rot     To Win The 2023 Belmont Stakes     Moneyline
1     Tapit Shoes         +2500
2     Tapit Trice         +400 pays $40 for every $10 bet
3     Arcangelo         +1400
4     National Treasure         +600
5     Il Miracolo         +5000
6     Forte         +190 - Payout is $19 for every $10 bet
7     Hit Show         +1200
8     Angel Of Empire         +350
9     Red Route One         +1800

Odds Comparisons

NYRABets 3-1 pays out $30 for every $10 bet (available in approximately 80% of US states)

DraftKings 3-1 pays out $30 for every $10 bet (limited states)

TwinSpires 3-1 pays out $30 for every $10 bet (available in approximately 80% of US states)

BetUS 4-1 pays out $40 for every $10 bet (available most states)

TVG 3-1 pays out $30 for every $10 bet (limited states)


He has won 3-of-4 starts this year ahead of the Belmont Stakes.

His stakes wins include wins in the 2023 Blue Grass Stakes (G1), and the 2023 Tampa Bay Derby (G3).  He finished a disappointing 7th in the Kentucky Derby and passed on the Preakness Stakes.

Tapit Trice's jockey for the 2023 Belmont Stakes is Luis Saez.  He won here in 2021 aboard Essential Quality, another son of Tapit. Saez has ranked in the top five in wins among all jockeys in the U.S. the past four years.


Trainer Todd Pletcher, who is also running the favorite Forte:

"We were looking to do a little less with him than we were with Forte, since he ran in the Derby and has had two breezes since then," said Pletcher, a four-time Belmont Stakes winner. "It was more of a maintenance work for him and it seems like he continues to take to the main track here really well."

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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