The Smartest Way To Bet $100 at the Belmont Stakes

Posted by Jordan Walterss on June 10, 2016 in

While it’s all fine and well to be ‘rolling in dough’ the fact of the matter is that it doesn’t take a ton of money to make for a successful online betting wager. To that end, we’re going to examine the smartest way to bet $100 at the quickly approaching 2016 Belmont Stakes.

With the third and final leg of the annual Triple Crown set for this Saturday, let’s get started.

Taking a Closer Look at the Smartest Way To Bet $100 at the Belmont Stakes

When: June 11, 2016-05- 27
Where: Belmont Park Race Track, Elmont, NY
TV Schedule: NBC 5-7 PM ET

If I had a $100 dollars to wager at the 2016 Belmont Stakes, here’s what I’d do and a plan that maybe you should follow as well.

$30 on the outright winner

First, I’m putting $30 on the outright winner. If you’ve been keeping up with my Belmont Stakes previews and predictions, then you know who I like to bring home the bacon. Let’s jus say…it’s not the favorite – and if my pick wins, the payoff is huge for a simple $30 wager.

$15 Exacta

Next, I’d place a $15 wager on a two-horse exacta to finish in my predicted order. Of course, if they do, the return will be profitable to say the least, even on a $15 wager.

$15 Exacta Box

Of course, I’m covering my rear end by throwing another $15 on the exacta box, just in case my top two predicted finishers end the 2016 Belmont Stakes in the opposite order of what I believe it will be.

$10 Trifecta

Make no mistake about it…a simple $10 wager on a straight trifecta will pay off huge! Just last year, the 2015 Belmont Stakes paid a whopping $54.75 on a $1 Trifecta wager.

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$10 Trifecta Box

Next. I’m throwing $10 bucks on a trifecta and box it, just in case my picks want to ‘act up’ and finish in an order other than the one I’m picking.

$20 Four-horse Superfecta

Last but not least, I’m going all in by dropping $20 on a four-horse Superfecta wager. The 2015 Belmont Stakes paid a mind-boggling $285.00 on a $1 Superfecta wager and for me, that’s a possible return you just can’t pass up.