2017 Gotham Stakes Betting Odds

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Mar/03/2017

The 2017 Gotham Stakes betting odds appear below.

The Gotham Stakes is run on 11/16 miles (8.5 furlongs) of dirt and is open to horses three years of age.

This race features a purse of $400,000.  It is the final prep to the all important Wood Memorial and is a prep for the Kentucky Derby.

El Areeb comes in as the -225 favorite to win this year’s Gotham Stakes race.

Trained by Cathal Lynch the colt has four wins and a second place finish in six career starts.  He’s won by a combined 30 lengths.

Only two other entries have single digit odds: Cloud Computing (+750) and True Timber (9/1).

Gotham Stakes 2017 - Odds to win

1 J Boys Echo   +1400

2 Gaetano   +6600

3 Miggsy   +1600

4 El Areeb   -225

5 Glennrichment   +5000

6 True Timber   +900

7 Apartfromthecrowd   +2500

8 So Conflated   +1600

9 Cloud Computing   +750

10 Action Everyday   +1000 

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