2016 Remsen Stakes Betting Odds

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Nov/26/2016

The 2016 Remsen Stakes betting odds appear below.

About the Remsen Stakes

Taking place at Aqueduct Saturday November 26, this American Grade II race is run on one and one-eighths miles of dirt.  It is open to two-year-olds and currently offers a purse of $300,000.

The winner is generally among the winterbook favorites for the following year's Kentucky Derby.

Odds to win the 2016 Remsen Stakes

Tellmeafookystory 20-1

Newman 10-1

Hookup 12-1

Takaful 7-5

Tale of Silence 30-1

Win With Pride 15-1

You’re to Blame 10-1

Mo Town 5-1

No Dozing 4-1

Lead Ashtray 15-1

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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