Set Your Bets for the Bed of Roses Stakes
The Grade 3 Bed O’ Roses Handicap is run at Belmont Park every June. The $150,000 purse for the seven-furlong race is open only to fillies and mares over the age of four. The race length is limited. The race was first run in 1957 at the Jamaica racetrack, which has since closed, and continued there until 1960. It has previously competed at various distances, but since 2006, it has been held at its current distance. The race is named after Alfred G. Vanderbilt, who owned the champion juvenile filly in 1949 and the champion mare in 1952.
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Possibilities of Winning a Bed of Roses
The 2015 Bed O’ Roses race didn’t exactly light up the betting board, but handicappers looking for good credentials and winning form were pleased when Dame Dorothy commanded the pace and raced away to win for the fourth time in as many attempts at the seven-furlong distance. The winning payout was only $3.50, but the exotic bets got a boost when the 14/1 shot Expression finished third. Bettors who use an online racebook like Bovada continue to profit whether they win or lose because the racebook offers win-or-loss rebates of 3% on all straight wagers and 5% on exotic bets.
Bed of Roses nominees for 2016
Wavell Avenue, who won the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint in 2015, is without a doubt the horse to beat in the field of six horses entered in the 2016 Bed O’ Roses Handicap, which will be held on June 25 at Belmont Park. The Chad Brown trainee finished third in the Grade 1 Madison Stakes and fourth in the Grade 1 Human Distaff at Churchill Downs in her first two races this year. She is expected to benefit from the class relief that comes with starting her form cycle for the third time, which is a handicapping angle that frequently results in a runner’s best performance. Wavell Avenue, on the other hand, will have to compete against graded stakes winner Bar of Gold, who won the Critical Eye Stakes on May 30 at Belmont in her first attempt over the surface. Wavell Avenue’s task will be difficult because she will be competing against graded stakes winner Bar of Gold. Wavell Avenue appears to have more tactical speed than Bar of Gold, who is trained by John Kimmel and should be near the front of the pack, though it is possible that it will shorten its stride late in the race.
The Current Situation and the Odds
1-Woman from the West Coast
2- Wavell Avenue No.
4-Due to the Moon
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Allen Jerkens is the most successful trainer in the history of the Bed O’ Roses, having won the trophy a record-breaking seven times. The veteran New York trainer has won a race in each of the last six decades, dating back to his first victory with Beautiful in 1964. Jerkens’ most recent victory was with the horse Passing Shot in 2004. Straight Deal, Lady D’Accord, and Raging Fever are the only horses to have accomplished this remarkable feat, as they each won the Bed O’ Roses race twice. Rite Moment set the fastest time in 2008 at the current distance of seven furlongs with a time of 1:22.66. The most famous Bed O’ Roses winner was undoubtedly Office Queen, who took home the trophy in 1971. The filly had been named Champion Three-Year-Old in America the year before her race victory.
Handicap Parking at Bed O’ Roses
The Bed O’ Roses Handicap is a race for American Thoroughbred horses that takes place in the springtime of each year at Belmont Park on Long Island in the state of New York. The Grade II competition will be run over a distance of seven furlongs, and it will be open to fillies and mares who are three years old or older. In 2009, the Bed O’ Roses will have its 53rd running and will offer an increased purse of $150,000.
The race was named after Bed O’ Roses, who won the American Championship for Two-Year-Old Fillies in 1949 and the American Championship for Older Female Horses in 1952. Bed O’ Roses was inducted into the Hall of Fame by Alfred G. Vanderbilt II. This race was first held at Jamaica Racetrack, where it remained until 1959. In 1959, it was transferred to Aqueduct Racetrack, where it has been held ever since. It was run in two divisions in 1964 and 1979, and the distance was one mile and one sixteenth for the first three years, and then it was run at that distance once more in 1977 and 1978. From 1960 until 2005, it was run at a distance of one mile, with the exception of the year 1984 when it was run at a distance of one mile and seventy yards.