Hit Show Belmont Stakes Horse Odds, History & Predictions

The 2023 Belmont Stakes contenders field has been announced, along with post position and initial morning line odds. Hit Show currently has 10-1 odds to win.

The 2023 Belmont Stakes contenders field has been announced, along with post position and initial morning line odds.

The third leg of the triple crown will take place on Saturday, June 10th, at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. Some of the best three-year-old Thoroughbreds will run in the 155th running of the historic race.

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Hit Show Belmont Stakes Odds and Post Position

Hit Show currently has 10-1 odds to win the Belmont Stakes in 2023. That has him as an exciting bet in the Belmont Stakes. Hit Show drew the 7th post position for the Belmont Stakes.

Hit Show Horse Trainer and Jockey

Hit Show is trained by Brad Cox. Cox was well-represented at the 2022 Breeders' Cup at Keeneland and scored a victory in the two-day event with perhaps the unlikeliest of his starters when 42-1 longshot Caravel went wire-to-wire to win the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint. Manuel Franco will be riding Hit Show. In 2018, he posted new career-best totals for wins (251) and purse earnings ($17,068,709). He also earned him milestone 1,000th career win on Oct. 5, 2018, at Belmont Park on Courageous Bet.

Hit Show Race History

Hit Show has a career record of 6 starts, 3 wins, and 1 second-place finish. Hit Show is an intriguing upset candidate in Belmont 155 who has run well in five of his six starts and has a pedigree suited for a mile and a half. He’ll need to run a career-best race and elevate his Equibase Speed Figure about 8-10 points to topple this field under Belmont Park mainstay jockey Manny Franco.

Hit Show Prediction and Pick

Hit Show has a legendary trainer looking for his next Belmont Stakes victory. With an Equibase Speed Figure of 99, Hit Show has 10-1 odds for Belmont victory. Hit Show prepped for the Triple Crown races in New York where he won the Withers (G3) by more than five lengths and then was second by a nose in the Wood Memorial (G2) after a troubled trip. In the Kentucky Derby, Hit Show was sent off at 24-1 and stayed close to the pace in eighth, never more than five lengths behind. He got to third but flattened out a bit to finish a respectable fifth.