Belmont Stakes Odds: Betting Guide For 2024 Horse Race

Belmont Stakes odds

The Belmont Stakes is the third leg of the Triple Crown. Belmont Stakes odds will be provided below as soon as they are live. This year’s Belmont Stakes will take place on Saturday, June 8.

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Belmont Stakes odds

Below we will look at Belmont Stakes odds for the 2024 horse race. The official Belmont field with post positions and morning line odds will be revealed in the days leading up to the race.

PostHorseBelmont Stakes OddsMorning Line OddsTrainerJockey
1Tapit Shoes16-120-1Brad CoxJose Ortiz
2Tapit Trice6 -13-1Todd PletcherLuis Saez
3Arcangelo7-18-1Jena AntonucciJavier Castellano
4National Treasure9-25-1Bob BaffertJohn Velazquez
5Il Miracolo19-130-1Antonio SanoMarcos Menesses
6Forte5-25-2Todd PletcherIrad Ortiz Jr
7Hit Show8-110-1Brad CoxManny Franco
8Angel of Empire7-27-2Brad CoxFlavien Prat
9Red Route One13-115-1Steve Asmussen Joel Rosario

Belmont Stakes field

Bettors flipping the calendar now stare at June’s biggest landmark, the $1.5 million Belmont Stakes June 10 at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. The Belmont Stakes field for 2024 was initially set at nine horses.

The date sneaks up on many fans because there will be no Triple Crown winner this year. Victories by Mage in the Kentucky Derby and National Treasure in the Preakness Stakes ensure that the Triple Crown will remain not swept since Justify did the trick in 2018.

With or without a Triple Crown at stake, however, the Belmont is a major destination in thoroughbred racing. As the race closes in, handicappers ponder the probables list entering the final week.

How big is the Belmont Stakes field?

The Belmont Stakes field is typically 8-10 horses. Last year’s Belmont Stakes field featured 9 horses. This is a much smaller field than the Kentucky Derby, which usually runs 20 horses, but is about on par with the Preakness – which usually runs 8 horses.

Race schedule and where to watch

Here is more information and tips on betting the Belmont Stakes, and how you can watch and wager on this year’s event.

  • Date: Saturday, June 10, 2023
  • Time: 6:50 p.m. ET
  • TV: FOX
  • Tablet, Online, Mobile: Fox Sports App
  • Track & Location: Belmont Park in Elmont, NY
  • Distance: 1 1/2 miles
  • Surface: Dirt
  • Horses: 3-Year-Old Thoroughbreds
  • Track Record: Secretariat  (2:24.00 in 1973)
  • Largest Margin of Victory: Secretariat, 31 lengths in 1973

Horse racing wagers and bets

In addition to the traditional “straight” wagers (Win, Place, Show), fans can also attempt to cash big in the various “exotic” pools. Exacta (first two), Trifecta (first three) and Superfecta (first four) wagering are all offered, and cashing a ticket in any of these pools can produce a bigger payday.

  • Win: Bet on the horse you think you will win the Belmont Stakes.
  • Place: Get paid the place price if your horse finishes first or second.
  • Show: A show bet pays the least, but you win and get paid the show price if your horse finishes first, second or third.
  • Exacta: Predict the first two horses in the correct order.
  • Trifecta: Predict the first three horses in the correct order.
  • Superfecta: Predict the first four horses in the correct order.
  • Super High Five: Predict the first five horses in the correct order.

The Belmont Stakes betting odds are finally determined by the pari-mutuel system at the track which means your potential payout depends on how much money is in the pot overall, divided by how many bets are placed. The odds will fluctuate in the build-up to the race and never more so than in the final few moments before post time.

Belmont Stakes history and results

Arcangelo won last year’s Belmont Stakes and went off at 7-1 Belmont Stakes odds. A $2 bet on Arcangelo to win garnered bettors a $17.80 payout. Here are the rest of the payouts for last year’s race.


  • Win: $17.80
  • Place: $7.20
  • Show: $4.90


  • Place: $4.30
  • Show: $3.30

Tapit Trice

  • Show: $4.10


  • $34.00


  • $133.24

Superfecta (3-6-2-7)

  • $292.50

Superfecta (3-6-2-8)

  • $191.50
2022Mo Donegal5-22:28.28Irad Ortiz Jr.Todd Pletcher
2021Essential Quality6/52:27.11Luis SaezBrad Cox
2020Tiz the Law4-51:46.53 (1 1/8 miles)Manny FrancoBarclay Tagg
2019Sir Winston10-12:28.30Joel RosarioMark Casse
2018Justify4-52:28.18Mike SmithBob Baffert
2017Tapwrit6-12:30.02Jose OrtizTodd Pletcher
2016Creator15-12:28.51Irad Ortiz, Jr.Steve Asmussen
2015American Pharoah3-52:26.65Victor EspinozaBob Baffert
2014Tonalisst12-12:28.52Joel RosarioChris Clement
2013Palace Malice13-12:30.70Mike SmithTodd Pletcher
2012Union Rags3-12:30.42John VelazquezMichael Matz
2011Ruler on Ice24-12:30.88Jose Valdivia, Jr.Kelly Breen
2010Drosselmeyer13-12:31.57Mike SmithBill Mott
2009Summer Bird12-12:27.54Kent DesormeauxTim Ice
2008Da’ Tara38-12:29.65Alan GarciaNick Zito
2007Rags to Riches (f)4-12:28.74John VelazquezTodd Pletcher
2006Jazil6-12:27.86Fernando JaraKiaran McLaughlin
2005Afleet Alex6-52:28.60Jeremy Ros  Tim Ritchey
2004Birdstone3-12:27.40Edgar PradoNick Zito
2003Empire Maker2-12:28.20Jerry BaileyRobert Frankel
2002Sarava70-12:29.60Edgar PradoKen McPeak
2001Point Given7-52:26.40Gary StevensBob Baffert
2000Commendable18-12:30.00Pat DayD. Wayne Lukas