HORSE RESULTS: BOLD RULER HANDICAP

Horse results: Belmont Park hosted the only major stakes race this past weekend, with the Grade III Bold Ruler Handicap on Saturday.

The eyes of the horse racing world are on Keeneland Race Course this coming weekend, with the Breeders’ Cup Championships coming up. However, let’s also take a quick look at the outcome from Belmont.

But before we do just that, let us take a look at some of the horses betting odds currently available at classic online racebook JazzSports.ag

Horses Futures* – TOP 5

Early 2021 Kentucky Derby Odds

Early Odds to Win – 2021 Kentucky Derby Odds
Jackies Warrior+1250
Sittin On Go+2000
Classier+2500
Freedom Fighter+3500
Reinvestment Risk / Whiskey Double+4500

2020 Breeders’ Cup Classic Odds

Odds to Win – 2020 Breeders’ Cup ClassicOdds
Improbable+225
Tix the Law+275
Maximum Security+375
Tom’s D’Etat+600
Authentic+625

*Odds are subject to change. See complete list of Early Odds to Win on the 2021 Kentucky Derby at JAZZSports.ag.

Horse Results

Saturday, October 24

Bold Ruler Handicap (Grade III)

Atop the horse results from the Bold Ruler Handicap was Majestic Dunhill, in just his second win over seven furlongs in a dozen tries. He had won his debut at the distance but then lost ten in a row. Majestic needed every inch of those seven furlongs, chasing down Share the Ride along the stretch and winning by a head to get his first win in a graded stakes. Also had been the co-favorite, at +250 odds, along with Share the Ride.

Majestic Dunhill had had several close calls in the last two years. He took second in the General George Stakes (Grade III) in 2019, as well as the First Defence Stakes on turf, on June 7, but now he has five wins in 21 career starts, upping his career earnings to $373,214.

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The field had just four horses after the scratches of Phat Man and Wendell Fong, so when Share the Ride broke out to a challenging pace, that set the tone for the race. He hit the opening quarter in :23.37, with Majestic Dunhill sitting 1 ½ lengths back at the fraction. Arch Cat tried to make a run at Share the Ride at the turn, but he could not move into the lead. After Arch Cat fell back, Joel Rosario, Majestic Dunhill’s jockey, led Majestic Dunhill to the outside in the middle of the stretch and drew even by the sixteenth pole. From then on it was a sprint to the finish, and Majestic Dunhill pulled off the win in 1:22.48 on a track that was muddy.

Arch Cat came in four lengths behind Share the Ride for third place. After Arch Cat came Mihos to round out the order of finish.

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