|2014 Belmont Stakes Prop Odds: Will California Chrome win Triple Crown?|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Saturday, 07 June 2014 09:30|
2014 Belmont Stakes Props Odds
ELMONT, NY (The Spread) - Will California Chrome win the Triple Crown at the 2014 Belmont Stakes? Here are prop odds for tonight's race.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, California Chrome currently has 4/5 odds to win the Triple Crown and 20/23 odds to be beaten in the Belmont this evening. He also has 5/1 odds to lead wire to wire and 1/8 to either win or lose in any other way, while he has 9/4 odds to win by 2 lengths or more and 2/7 odds to either lose or win by less than 2 lengths.
How many times will "California Chrome" be mentioned by race announcer from start of race to finish of race? The over/under is currently sitting at 15.5, which seems high to us seeing as how the mentions would come during the race and not pre or post-race. California Chrome also has 2/3 odds to race again sometime after the Belmont and 11/10 to retire following tonight's Belmont.
Will there be an inquiry in the race? The odds are 5/1 for "Yes" and 1/9 for "No." The over/under has also been set at 10.5 for the Nielsen TV rating for tonight's race.
What will be higher on June 7th, the margin of victory in the Kings-Rangers Stanley Cup game or the margin of victory in the Belmont Stakes? The odds have the Belmont Stakes at 1/2, while the odds for the Kings-Rangers Game 2 are 3/2.
Will California Chrome, the LA Kings and the LA Dodgers all win on Saturday, June 7th? The odds for that feat are 4/1. The Kings will play the Rangers tonight in Game 2 while the Dodgers take on NL West rivals the Rockies in Colorado.
Finally, will the margin of victory in tonight's Belmont be by 2 lengths or more? The odds for "Yes" are even at 1/1 and the odds for "No" are 5/7. The winning time has also been set at over/under 2:30.00.
The 2014 Belmont Stakes will take place tonight at 6:30PM ET from Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. The track record belongs to Secretariat at 2:24 in 1973.