Belmont Stakes odds 2020: Pre-draw entries, betting lines, predictions

The 2020 Triple Crown race finally begins on Saturday when the 152nd Belmont Stakes race takes place outside of New York City.
The Kentucky Derby, which is usually the first race, was postponed from May 2 to September 5 due to the Corona Virus pandemic (COVID-19). The Preakness, usually the second race, was postponed from May 16 to October 3 for the same reason.
Usually 1 1/2 miles, the Belmont Stakes have been reduced to 1 1/8 miles this season due to the pandemic. It will take place without fans. The Triple Crown races changed order before 1931, but this is the first time that the Belmont is the first of the three races.
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Tiz the Law comes to a 3-to-2 favorite ($ 100 bet to win $ 150) after Nadal, Maxfield and Charlatan all retire. Tiz the Law recently won the Florida Derby. Dr. Post arrives at 9 to 1 with tap it to win and checks in at 12 to 1 on the board.
You can see the Belmont Stakes 2020 on NBC on Saturday from 11:45 p.m. PT. Reporting is also available through the NBC Sports app and Here are the full odds for the Belmont Stakes
Tiz the law (3-2)
Dr. Post (9-1)
Tap to win (12-1)
Sole Volante (14-1)
Max players (18-1)
Modernist (20-1)
Farmington Road (22-1)
Pelvis (25-1)

Belmont Stakes Odds 2020: Pre-draw entries, betting lines, predictions originally appeared in the NBC Sports Bay Area

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