2022 Belmont Stakes Odds

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Last updated: June 12, 2022 at 7:55 a.m. EDT

2022 Belmont Stakes Odds

The morning-line odds for the Belmont Stakes, traditionally run in June three weeks after the Preakness Stakes, are typically released at the conclusion of the post-position draw, which is held on Wednesday of Belmont week. In recent years, the draw has been conducted during a late-morning ceremony at either Belmont Park or a location in Manhattan.

The current oddsmaker for the Belmont Stakes is Eric Donovan, who has held that position at the New York Racing Association since 2005.

Various television and online outlets offer coverage of the post draw and release of morning line odds.

Belmont odds are widely available online prior to the start of early Belmont betting on Friday and throughout the day on Saturday. Among the best places to find that information are at Brisnet.com and TwinSpires.com.

Unlike the Kentucky Derby, where as many as 20 horses are allowed to compete, and the Preakness, which can have a field of 14, the Belmont field is limited to a maximum of 16 starters. However, no renewal of the Belmont Stakes in the modern era has attracted a field that large. Fifteen horses started in the 1983 Belmont, while 14 broke from the gate in 1996 and 2013. 

Official 2022 Belmont Stakes Morning Line Odds and Draw

The draw and morning line odds are now official for the 2022 Belmont Stakes! Find them below, along with results from each contenders most recent race:

(1) We the PeopleRodolphe Brisset / Flavien Prat2-1
(2) Skippylongstocking Saffie Joseph Jr. / Manny Franko20-1
(3) NestTodd Pletcher / Jose Ortiz8-1
(4) Rich Strike Eric Reed / Sonny Leon7-2
(5) Creative MinisterKen McPeek / Brian Hernandez Jr.6-1
(6) Mo DonegalTodd Pletcher / Irad Ortiz, Jr.5-12
(7)  Golden GliderMark Casse / Dylan Davis20-1
(8) Barber RoadJohn Ortiz / Joel Rosario10-1
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American Pharoah became America’s 12th Triple Crown winner when capturing the 2015 Belmont Stakes (c) Dave Alcosser/Coglianese Photography