- Tiz The Law is favored to win the Traver Stakes with -125 odds.
- Uncle Chuck has +250 odds to win the race.
- Country Grammer and Max Player both have +1200 odds to win the Travers Stakes.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – As the Triple Crown races are on a brief pause in between races, those betting on the ponies are in for a treat as the Travers Stakes is featuring some highly talented horses.
The race takes place on Saturday, and horse racing bettors will get to see Tiz The Law, the winner of the Belmont Stakes, in action yet again.
Online sportsbooks currently have Tiz The Law as the favorite to win the Travers Stakes with -150 odds.
2020 Travers Stakes Odds
- Tiz The Law -125
- Uncle Chuck +250
- Country Grammer +1200
- Max Player +1200
- Caracaro +1400
- Shivaree +2500
- South Bend +2800
- First Line +5000
Tiz the Law is the heavy favorite for a reason. After being the heavy favorite for the Belmont, he won with no surprises.
Something else to take note of is that in the six races that Tiz The Law has been in throughout his career, he has placed first in five of them.
Not only does that make him the clear favorite to win the Travers Stakes but he is also the favorite to be the Triple Crown winner as well as no other horses are left in contention.
Bettors should not shy away from betting on Tiz The Law here as he is sure to put money in bettors' pockets.
Betting Against Tiz The Law
Like Tiz The Law, Uncle Chuck has started 2-0 in his horse racing career which is why he is not far behind in the Travers Stakes odds board.
He notched his two first-place wins first on June 12th at the Santa Anita Park where he was victorious by seven lengths and again on July 4th at the Alamitos Derby.
Being that he is still undefeated, this would be a great bet to make for bettors to make as it would offer a great payout.
Both Country Grammer and Max Player are sitting tied for the third shortest odds.
It is easy to see why Country Grammar’s horse racing odds are where they are as in his five races, he has two first-place outings and a third, fourth and fifth place outing as well.
Where things get confusing is how Max Players' odds are this long. Bettors should see this as an opportunity to bet on this dark horse candidate.
In four races, two of them he came in first with the other two coming with a second and third-place finish. Though a third-place outing might not seem all that impressive, after opening the Belmont Stakes with +1600 odds and managing to finish that high certainly should have pushed his odds shorter here.
Bettors willing to take the risk on Max Player could be in store for a max payout if he shocks the world at the Travers Stakes.