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It’s important because bettors lay down more money on the Kentucky Derby than on any other race during the year.

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Early Betting Odds for the Belmont Stakes

Anytime a three-year-old thoroughbred posts a victory in the first two legs of the Triple Crown horse racing season, the third and final leg, which is the Belmont Stakes, takes on a whole new meaning. This year’s Belmont will be run on Saturday, June 6, at Belmont Park in Elmont New York, and the field of contenders to end American Pharoah’s run towards history is already taking shape.

Trained by Bob Baffert are ridden by Victor Espinoza, American Pharoah followed up his dramatic one-length victory in this year’s Kentucky Derby in a field of 18 three-year olds with a comfortable seven-length victory in this past Saturday’s Preakness Stakes in a much smaller field of eight horses.

With almost three weeks until the running of the Belmont Stakes, the field for the third and toughest test is far from set, but it’s already taking shape. Early betting odds have been released for the horses that are expected to run in this race, with American Pharoah at the top of the list at 4/5.

The last time a horse won all three races that make up the Triple Crown was all the way back in 1978 when Affirmed accomplished one of the rarest feats in sports. Looking back at the long and time-honored history of this racing series, there have only been 11 three-year-old thoroughbreds to lay claim to an elusive Triple Crown title. Going back to the year 2002, there have been seven horses that have won both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes only to fail to bring home the title in the 1 ½-mile Belmont Stakes, which is the longest and most grueling test of the three races. You would have to believe that the odds still remained stacked against American Pharoah to end this drought no matter which horses he will have to face in this race.

There is a pair of three-year-olds on the list with the next best odds to win the Belmont at 6/1, starting with Frosted. Trained by Kiaran McLaughlin and ridden by Joel Rosario, this horse punched his ticket to this year’s Kentucky Derby by winning the Grade 1 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct on April 4. He went off from the 15thpost in the Kentucky Derby at 15/1 odds and almost finished in the money behind American Pharoah, Firing Line and Dortmund. Frosted skipped the Preakness Stakes, so he should be well-rested for the challenge to beat the favorite this time around.

The other horse at 6/1 betting odds is Materiality. This is another contender that should be ready to go for the Belmont after skipping the Preakness. Trained by Todd Pletcher, this colt made his mark in the Kentucky Derby prep race season with a victory in the Grade 1 Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park on March 28. He started from the third post in the Kentucky Derby at 12/1 odds and ended up sixth in the field of 18.

One of Pletcher’s other expected entries in the Belmont Stakes is Carpe Diem at 10/1 betting odds. He was one of the most highly-touted contenders for the Kentucky Derby after American Pharoah and Dortmund as an 8/1 third-favorite at post time, but much of the hype surrounding this horse has died down after finishing well down the list in 10th place in that race. He was also held out of the Preakness to further prepare for a better run in the Belmont.

Moving down the list of possible contenders for the Belmont Stakes is Keen Ice at 12/1 odds. This will be his second Triple Crown race after passing on the Preakness. Trained by Dale Romans and ridden by Kent Desormeaux, this colt first caught bettor’s attention with a third-place finish in the Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes at Fair Grounds in late February. He finished just out of the money by taking fourth in the Grade 2 Louisiana Derby on March 28 at Fair Grounds and starting from the 14th post in the Kentucky Derby at 50/1 odds, he ended up seventh in that race.

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2015 Kentucky Derby Contenders

The Kentucky Derby prep race schedule is in full swing as the field for this year’s Run for the Roses on Saturday, May 2, starts to take shape. Doc’s Sports has gotten an early jump on handicapping the brand new crop of three-year-old thoroughbreds that are expected to compete for a spot in the Derby field, and we have narrowed things down to the following five horses to keep an eye on over the next five weeks leading up to this year’s Kentucky Derby at storied Churchill Downs in Louisville.

American Pharoah

This Bob Baffert-trained colt made his much-anticipated three-year-old debut a few weeks ago in the Grade 2 $750,000 Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn Park and he did not disappoint with a first-place finish by a comfortable margin of 6 ¼ lengths. It was his first outing since winning last year’s Grade 1 Front Runner Stakes as a two-year-old on his way to being named the champion juvenile of the year.

He currently is listed as a 4/1 early favorite to win this year’s Kentucky Derby on horse racing futures odds. Ridden by Victor Espinosa, the only knock on his performance in the Rebel was that fact that it was not considered one of the strongest fields for some of the big prep races in the month of March. He still looked pretty good to us to earn a place at the top of this list.

Carpe Diem

One of the bigger stakes race in early March was the Grade 2 $350,000 Tampa Bay Derby at Tampa Bay Downs. This was another highly-anticipated three-year-old debut for Carpe Diem, who was last seen taking second in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. He first made a name for himself as a potential Kentucky Derby contender by winning the Breeder’ Futurity last fall at Keeneland.

Trained by Todd Pletcher and ridden by John Velazquez, Carpe Diem went off as an even-money favorite and made short work of eight-horse field to win the Tampa Bay Derby by a full five lengths. His current odds to win the Kentucky Derby are the third-best on the board at 10/1.


This past Saturday’s slate was jam packed with three key Kentucky Derby prep races, including the Grade 1 $1 million Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park. This race had a strong field of nine horses, but the one that crossed the finish line first was Materiality. He did so by posting the highest Beyer Speed Figure in a prep race this season at 110.

He is also trained by Pletcher, and he was ridden by Velazquez in this race..Materiality is not even listed on the current list of betting odds to win the Kentucky Derby, but that should change in the coming weeks. History may not be on his side. The last time a horse won the Kentucky Derby after not racing as a two-year-old was all the way back in 1882. Nonetheless, with an impressive run this past Saturday at Gulfstream he deserves to be on this list.


This Rick Violette-trained colt has been busy as a three-year-old with three starts in a prep races starting with a victory in the $400,000 Holy Bull at Gulfstream Park in late January. Upstart went on to win the Grade 2 Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream on Feb. 24 by 2 ¾ lengths as a 4/5 favorite, but he was later disqualified for impeding Itsaknockout and demoted to second place.

This past Saturday, Upstart gave Materiality all he could handle by finishing second in the Florida Derby while the rest of the field trailed by 12 ½ lengths. His futures odds to win the Kentucky Derby currently stand at 20/1.

International Star

Another important prep race this past Saturday was the Grade 2 $750,000 Louisiana Derby at Fair Grounds Racetrack. International Star had already claimed victories at this track in the Grade 3 Lecomte Stakes in January and the Grade 2 Risen Star in February, and he made it a clean sweep by squeezing out a victory on Saturday over Stanford, who led this race for most of the way.

International Star is trained by Mike Maker and ridden by Miguel Mena. His Beyer Speed Figure in the Louisiana Derby was 98, which was his best performance in his three victories. His future odds to win at Churchill Downs on May 2 currently stand at 20/1.

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