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2015 Belmont Stakes Post Positions

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The 2015 Belmont Stakes Post Positions were released on Wednesday and the race has some of the best horses in the world scheduled to run. The 2015 Belmont Stakes Odds for the race currently have American Pharoah, who is running for the Triple Crown, listed as the favorite to win the event, which will take place this Saturday at at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York.

The race is open to 3-year-old thoroughbreds that weight 126 pounds and will run the 1.5-mile course. The Belmont Stakes is the third and final leg of the US Triple Crown, following exactly five weeks after the Kentucky Derby, and three weeks after the Preakness Stakes. It is nicknamed "The Test of the Champion" and in this race we have American Pharoah running for the first Triple Crown since Affirmed in 1978.

Belmont Stakes Post Positions

1. Mubtaahij (10-1)
2. Tale of Verve (15-1)
3. Madefromlucky (12-1)
4. Frammento (30-1)
5. American Pharoah (3-5)
6. Frosted (5-1)
7. Keen Ice (20-1)
8. Materiality (6-1)

Belmont Stakes Facts

Speed record:

Record Victory Margin:

Most wins by a jockey:

Most wins by a trainer:

Most wins by an owner:

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.