Winning On The Belmont Stakes Is All Right At Your Fingertips…With Rogue Ratings Computer Program

On Saturday, June 10 the Belmont Stakes post time for the 149th Running of the Belmont Stakes is scheduled for 6:37pm Est. The race will be run at the distance of 1 ½ miles with a purse of $1.5 million and twelve horses are scheduled to run.


The rogue handicapper® gives you his analysis of the third and final leg of the Triple Crown from his blog “From the Rail” which can be found at

This race looks very different than the Preakness Stakes did as that race had a very competitive field which was revealed by the Rogue Ratings™ computer program as it gave you seven potential plays from the 10-horse entered, which is a very rare situation. Now in the Belmont Stakes the Rogue Ratings computer program only likes four horses out of the 12-horse entered.

The results for this year’s first two Triple Crown races from the Rogue Ratings computer projections for this year’s Kentucky Derby gave you the winner #5-Always Dreaming paying $11.40-$7.20-$5.80 across the board and gave you the best long shot play being the #11-Battle of Midway that finished third that helped create a huge trifecta payout. In the Preakness Stakes it gave you the winner #2-Cloud Computing paying $28.80-$8.60-$6.00 across the board and gave you the exacta paying $98.40!

Below, I will give you my personal analysis of the Belmont Stakes with possible betting combinations to use to get you to the cashier windows! And as always, “May the rogue ratings™ be with you”!


The Rogue Ratings computer program sees two horses as the projected wagering keys in the Belmont Stakes which is the #7-Irish War Cry (7/2) listed as the Speed Horse (S) which is the best early runner with a low velocity number. In this race, he should be in a good position to control the pace as the Race Shape looks to setup very well for him.

The second key to use in your wagering here is the #8-Senior Investment (12-1) listed as the Key Horse (K) which is the best off the pace horse with a low velocity number. Additionally, his last race was much better than it appears in the ‘public’ racing papers, but you wouldn’t know that only unless you possessed the turf-knowledge that the Rogue Ratings™ computer program puts at your fingertips.


The rogue ratings™ recommends these two nice long shots to use in your wagering for the Belmont Stakes which are the #3-Gormely (8-1) listed as a Rogue Squared (R2) which is a second best type of outlier horse with a low velocity number. And the #12-Patch (12-1) is also listed as another Rogue Squared (R2). As both of these horses should give a better account of themselves in this spot.


Exacta wagers: 7/ 3-6-8-12 & 3-6-8-12/ 7 and 8/ 3-6-7-12 & 3-6-7-12/ 8 and remember to choose your betting amounts $1.00, $2.00 or more to meet your expectations.

Trifecta wagers: 7/ 3-6-8-12/ 3-6-8-12 and 8/ 3-6-7-12/ 3-6-7-12 (keyed in the top two or three spots) and choose your betting amounts $1.00, $2.00 or more to meet your expectations.

Superfecta wagers: *This would work the same way as the two types of wagers above with the exception that you would need to repeat the numbers in the fourth position on your wagering ticket.

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