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How to stream the Belmont Stakes

For the first time in its history, the Belmont Stakes will be the first leg in the Triple Crown.

Jun 20, 2020, 8:47 am

Sports

 

Phil West

  • NBC will feature live coverage of the Belmont Stakes from 2:45-6pm ET on Saturday.
  • Due to pandemic-related rescheduling, the horse race will be the first leg of the Triple Crown; it's usually the last.
  • Ten horses will race in the shortened 1-1/8 mile race, with Tiz The Law at the favorite to win.

2020 Belmont Stakes


What time is the Belmont Stakes?

The race will start at approximately 5:42pm ET.

Which horses will race?

Here's the lineup with post positions.

  1. Tap It To Win
  2. Sole Volante
  3. Max Player
  4. Modernist
  5. Farmington Road
  6. Fore Left
  7. Jungle Runner
  8. Tiz The Law
  9. Dr. Post
  10. Pneumatic

What horse should I bet on? 2020 Belmont Stakes odds

Tiz The Law is the favorite at -120 according to William Hill's oddsmakers; other services have the horse listed at 6/5. Here's how the rest of the field shapes up:

Tap It To Win5/1
Sole Volante5/1
Dr. Post5/1
Pneumatic8/1
Max Playerr15/1
Farmington Road16/1
Modernist20/1
Fore Left30/1
Jungle Runner65/1

Stream the Belmont Stakes live: How to watch the race online on NBC

The following streaming services carry NBC.

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*First Published: Jun 20, 2020, 8:47 am