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2015 Belmont Stakes Frammento Betting Odds

The horses in tonight's 2015 Belmont Stakes all have a potential to win the race as only eight horses will run in the prestigious event. With only eight horses running in the final race for the Triple Crown, Frammento is one that could upset American Pharoah. The Frammento Betting Odds for the race make it one of the longshots in this event.

Frammento opens the race from the fourth post position, but has the longest odds of any horse in the field at 25-1. 

Hall of Famer Mike Smith will be aboard Frammento in the Belmont Stakes, a race he has won twice in the last five years. Smith rode Drosselmeyer (2010) and Palace Malace in 2013 to the winner's circle of the race. 

The Nick Zito-trained horse, Frammento placed 11th in the Kentucky Derby despite having the longest odds in the field. Frammento was the first also-eligible for that race and certainly had a nice showing.

Belmont Stakes Post Positions, Morning Line Odds

1. Mubtaahij (18-1)
2. Tale of Verve (22-1)
3. Madefromlucky (16-1)
4. Frammento (25-1)
5. American Pharoah (1-5)
6. Frosted (7-1)
7. Keen Ice (22-1)
8. Materiality (7-1)

Belmont Stakes Facts

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Most wins by a jockey:

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Movie Beating the Belmont for Beginners

Steve Fezzik and Teddy Covers are pro bettors, but both admit they aren't much for horse racing betting. They say that isn't a requirement to bet the Belmont though. Since American Pharoah is going for the Triple Crown, something we haven't seen since Affirmed in 1978, simply bet the field to win and you'll succeed. There have been 12 Triple Crown Contenders in the past 20 years and none of them have won, so the guys are more than comfortable to take the "no-win" bet on American Pharoah. Avoid the media hype about the special horse, there are too many horse "assassins" in the field and history shows it is a bad bet.