Pegasus World Cup Odds, Tips & Picks

The fifth Pegasus Cup will be held at Gulfstream Park, Florida on Saturday, January 23rd, 2021.

To support the main events, the $1 million Pegasus Turf and the $3,000,000 Pegasus International Cup Invitational on dirt track, the card will also feature five additional stakes races. The purses range from $150,000 to $250,000 each. You’ll need to look at some of our picks as there is very little history available – only four years in the current format.

Pegasus World Cup Races Betting

PegasusWorld Cup Day will offer many wager types. This is the best place to get PegasusWorld Cup picks. There will be five types of bets: Win, Place, Show and Exacta. Minimum wagers range from 10 cents up to $2.

Casual horseplayers prefer to bet on win bets. Although exotics are also available, win, place and show remains the most popular bet. No matter what bet you make, it is important to remember that both professional handicappers as well as casual fans should not place money on the Pegasus Cup without fully understanding the rules.

The best way to feel involved in Gulfstream is to bet on the main races. We have plenty of information to help you make a decision, but here are some early picks for Pegasus World Cup. As runners are added or removed from the race, things will change. TVG is your best source for current Pegasus World Cup news. These Pegasus picks will help you to get an idea of where your money should go on the big event.

Predictions for the 2021 Pegasus Worldcup

One shocking fact: Kinchen doesn’t rank high in Code of Honor, despite being one of the top favorites at 9-2 in 2021 Pegasus odds. The five-year-old son Noble Mission has won six times, including four seconds and two thirds. This is in his 15 career starts. He won the 2019 Fountain of Youth Stakes at Gulfstream Park.

He is now winless in four of his previous races, and is coming off a disappointing second-place finish at the Clark Handicap Nov. 27. Kinchen said that Bodexpress was his last start and he couldn’t run with him.” SportsLine interviewed Kinchen.

Another surprise is that Kinchen likes Sleepy Eyes Todd even though he’s a longshot at 8-1. The five-year-old son Paddy O’Prado’s has eight wins and two second in his 15 career starts. He has won back to back races, and three of his four last races.

Sleepy Eyes Todd won at seven furlongs the Mr. Prospector Stakes in his last start. Kinchen stated that “Sleepy eyes Todd will be stretching out and will face the toughest group of his career, but he’s earned strong speed figures throughout his career.” I’ll give him the chance to hit it on the board.

Last Updated on October 11, 2021

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