How To Bet $100 on the Belmont Stakes

If you took the advice of Julie and Nick Tooth for the Preakness Stakes, you cashed tickets.

Both Keeneland BETologists made money on the Preakness, their confidence in War of Will literally paying off.

Nick bet a total of $102 and made a $40 profit off his $20 win bet on War of Will, which isn’t bad until you check Julie’s tickets.

She bet $100 and cashed for $509.40. That’s nearly $410 of pure profit from a $1 exacta of War of Will over ALL ($473.50, thanks to longshot Everfast coming in second) and a $5 show bet on Everfast ($36).

They’ll be employing similar strategies for Saturday’s Belmont Stakes, and they’re back to share them with you.

Continue reading at Forbes.com

War of Will and Tyler Gaffalione at Pimlico. Photo: Maryland Jockey Club

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