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Horse Racing Betting News

The SportsBetting.ag is the easiest and best way to follow horse racing and make wagers on the horse races. Get on the inside track and follow the schedule, horse racing results and important news for the biggest races. Not only do we provide favoring odds, but a chance to read horse betting news that will give tips and other ways to make the experience easier. It's the perfect place to follow every horse race, from the local track to the Triple Crown.

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  • Belmont Stakes – California Chrome Quest for Triple Crown

    While there are nine other horses scheduled in the Belmont Stakes field set to stop Chrome's potentially historical day in New York, his toughest competition may be the mile-and-a-half track at Belmont Park.

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  • Belmont Stakes – Chrome's Top Challengers

    Although the competition is going up a stronger horse, they have a chance because no one knows how Chrome will react to the longer, mile-an-a-half distance at Belmont Park.

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  • The Preakness Odds & Preview – California Chrome & The Field

    Preakness preview and California Chrome Triple Crown odds.

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  • Kentucky Derby Betting Preview

    The 140th edition of the Kentucky Derby will occur this Saturday, May 3rd at Churchill Downs. The fastest two minutes in sports is the 1st leg of the Triple Crown. There will certainly be the favorites, but people can potentially cash in on a longshot. One thing which should be clear with the Kentucky Derby, is that there really is not a ton of clarity. Horses have won the Derby after not racing for six weeks prior to the race. The Kentucky Derby also has been won by unknown trainers who lightly race their horses. However, one thing which seems to be key, is racing the horse at age two. The last horse who won the Kentucky Derby without racing at age 2, was Apollo back in 1882.

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  • Horse Betting – Unbeaten Samraat Leads Field Into Gotham Stakes

    Many online sports betting players should be checking out the prep races en route to the Kentucky Derby. The Wood Memorial is the big Derby prep race in New York, but first, contenders must take part in the Grade 3 Gotham Stakes, which takes place at Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens. The race is 1 1/16 miles long, and it is run on dirt.

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  • Horse Betting – Impressive Field Lines Up For Fountain of Youth Stakes On Saturday

    The focus on sports betting sites is going to shift more towards the Kentucky Derby, which means the prep races will get some shine. This week’s event is the Grade 2 Fountain of Youth Stakes, which has a $400,000 purse for a 1 1/16-mile race on dirt, and three of its winners have gone on to win the first two legs of the Triple Crown.

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