The horse won the Peter Pan on May 9th and could be an interesting choice in Belmont odds.
2009 Belmont Stakes odds on Charitable Man could have some value in sports betting. The horse is the son of Lemon Drop Kid who won in Belmont odds in 1999. Charitable Man’s trainer Kiaran McLaughlin has been saying that his horse is one of the best in the country. Winning the Peter Pan is definitely a start and could lead to 2009 Belmont Stakes odds success. He won that race by 3 and ¾ lengths with Alan Garcia in the irons as 2009 Belmont Stakes odds info tells us. The win was the third in four starts for Charitable Man as 2009 Belmont Stakes odds information shows. The horse likes Belmont as he also won in last September’s Futurity. The horse was thought to be a very good one after that win but just two weeks after that race he had to have surgery to repair a fracture as 2009 Belmont Stakes odds information shows. He recovered quickly but finished a disappointing seventh in the Blue Grass Stakes although McLaughlin said the horse did not like the Polytrack. "(After the Blue Grass) he cooled out in five minutes He disliked the Polytrack," McLaughlin said. "We figured that, and Mr. Warren was very kind enough and patient enough not to wheel him right back in the Kentucky Derby or the Preakness.”
The distance could suit Charitable Man in 2009 Belmont Stakes odds. “…he is definitely bred to get a mile and a half and he likes this track and he did it the right way today, so we’ll look at it.” (2009 Belmont Stakes odds) McLaughlin said. Not many horses are ready to go a mile and a half but Charitable Man looks ready in 2009 Belmont Stakes odds at the sportsbook.
Horses coming from the Peter Pan have done well in Belmont odds in the past. Usually the race sets up well as a prep for Belmont odds. Charitable Man should definitely like the added distance and his pedigree points to him having success in 2009 Belmont Stakes odds as sports betting info tells us.