Keeneland Race Course, Monmouth Park and Belmont Park all have Horse Racing action going on this Saturday. We have post positions and odds for quite a few of the graded stakes on tap, including the Grade I Champagne Stakes and Frizette Stakes from Belmont.

Take a look at the latest Horse Betting Action, courtesy of and our thoughts on some of the races.

Weekend Racing Calendar

Saturday, October 10

Champagne Stakes (Grade I – Belmont Park, 1:58 pm ET, TVG)

2Run Casper Run+3000
3Civil War+3000
4Jackie’s Warrior-200
5Reinvestment Risk+165
6Midnight Bourbon+650

*Odds are subject to change. 

This is a one-mile race on dirt, open to two-year-old thoroughbreds. The winner will gain an automatic entry into the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in November. Jackie’s Warrior won the Hopeful Stakes (Grade I) on September 7 at Saratoga, rolling through seven furlongs in 1:21.29. He has won all three of his juvenile races, including the Saratoga Special (Grade II) over six furlongs in August, as well as a maiden special weight race at Churchill Downs. Midnight Bourbon has the same trainer (Steve Asmussen), and he was the runner-up at the Iroquois Stakes (Grade II) at Churchill Downs, giving him three straight money finishes. Reinvestment Risk was the runner-up in the Hopeful behind Jackie’s Warrior.

Frizette Stakes (Grade I – Belmont Park, 2:30 pm ET, TVG)

4Joy’s Rocket+500
6Get On the Bus+2000
7Fifth Risk+1000

*Odds are subject to change. 

Monmouth Stakes (Grade III – Monmouth Park, 3:53 pm ET, TVG)

1Serve the King+350
3Compound It+1200
6Mr. Alec+250
7Sand Dancer+2000
8Bal Harbour+600

*Odds are subject to change. 

Flower Bowl Stakes (Grade I – Belmont Park, 4:14 pm ET, TVG)

1Cambier Parc+225
2My Sister Nat+300
3Civil Union+300
4La Signare+800
5Beau Belle+1200
6Nay Lady Nay+375
7Lovely Lucky+1000

*Odds are subject to change. 

Jockey Club Gold Cup (Grade I – Belmont Park, 4:48 pm ET, TVG)

1Happy Saver190
3Name Changer2000
5Mystic Guide375

*Odds are subject to change. 

This race is open to thoroughbreds who are at least three years older, and it runs 1 ¼ miles on Belmont’s dirt track. Tacitus is the favorite; four-year-old colt, bred in Kentucky, with an HRN rating of 7.78, which is tops in the field. He was the runner-up to Global Campaign at the Woodward Stakes (Grade I) on September 5 at Saratoga. He also won the Suburban Handicap (Grade II) over 1 ¼ miles on the dirt track at Belmont in 1:59.51. Mystic Guide won the Jim Dandy Stakes (Grade II) on September 5 at Saratoga, finishing the 1 1/8 mile race on dirt in 1:49.00. He also placed third at the Peter Pan Stakes (Grade III) on July 16 at Saratoga.

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