2020 BELMONT STAKES: HORSE RACING GURU REVEALS FULL LEADERBOARD


Jody Demling has nailed the winners of five straight races. Here are his coveted picks for the 2020 Belmont Stakes.

With the horse racing schedule flipped upside down, the 2020 Belmont Stakes will kick off the Triple Crown on Saturday, June 20. Tiz the Law is the 6-5 favorite.

Before you bet this must-see race, you NEED to see what Jody Demling has to say. The famed horse racing expert enters the 2020 Belmont Stakes on a major heater: He has the picked the winner of five straight races: the Saudi Cup, Gotham Stakes, Rebel Stakes, Louisiana Derby and Florida Derby.

He’s same handicapper who hit the Oaks-Derby double at Churchill Downs nine times in the last 11 years. That means he held a ticket with the winners of both the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby all but twice in his last nine tries.

And when it comes to the Belmont, Demling delivers memorable paydays. In 2017, he said 5-1 sleeper Tapwrit would beat the heavily-favored Irish War Cry. Demling was spot-on, winning not just his exacta, but also his trifecta and superfecta, which paid out nearly $4,500 on a $2 bet! In 2018 Demling was all-in on Justify to dominate the Belmont, and Justify went wire-to-wire to become only the 13th Triple Crown winner ever. Anyone who has followed him is WAY UP.

Now, Demling has released his picks for the 2020 Belmont Stakes. We can tell you he’s completely fading Max Player, even though he’s never finished worse than second in his career and gets to stay at home for the race. In fact, Demling says Max Player doesn’t even hit the board! Another shocker: Demling is high on Tap It to Win, even though he’s a long shot at 6-1!

In addition, Demling is high on a MUST-SEE long shot, a terrific closer who will be “flying in the end!” You ABSOLUTELY need to see which horse it is before locking in your picks.

Which horse wins the 2020 Belmont Stakes? And which long shot is a MUST-BACK?

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