2020 Pegasus World Cup Betting: Top Horses You Should Bet On
By Space Coast Daily // December 2, 2020
The Pegasus World Cup is famous for being one of the renowned and prominent races in the world. Horse racing fans and bettors alike gather each year for the chance to win huge and witness an arena made up of horses from all around the world.
The Pegasus World Cup is being held every January. The most recent race was dashed in January, with a series of two races.
The run was always held at the Gulfstream Park in Florida, with the race set on January 30th, 2021. This year the horse racing community is doing its best to showcase horse racing events that can add more excitement for each wager.
There is usually a long table that displays all about the previous winners of the Pegasus race. The Pegasus World cup has much as the latest bits, and the TVG has the event information when it comes to significant horse racing updates.
Before you place your 2020 Pegasus World Cup future bet, find out everything there is to know about the previous Pegasus World Cup Winners.
• City of Light, 2019
• Gun Runner, 2018
• Arrogate, 2017
Their winning moments in the Pegasus World cup helped them to achieve remarkable standing. This year’s event can be similar as Omaha Beach will be one of the favorites, as he seems to display a striving gallop to end his dashing career with a victory.
We are here to present you with a 2020 Pegasus World Cup Top Horses you can bet on:
#1 Tax, Jose Ortiz 12-1
Jockey: Jose Ortiz
Career earnings: $828,300
Color: Dark brown
The tax was up the track in both the Kentucky Derby, and the Travers finished 4th in the Belmont. He is aiming to pull it together for Pegasus as one of the biggest challenges of the race. He is set off to a 2nd place finish in November, which could have him darted here. He could be the best double-digit odds play there is in the field, which he will pose a threat to the other low-odds horses.
#2 Diamond Oops (20-1)
Jockey: Julien Leparoux
Career earnings: $646, 490
If you are looking for home-field advantage, this is the right horse for you. Diamond Ops has fashioned and successful sprint races but has no record of competing at a mile and an eighth in his horse racing career. He’s 5-for-6 sprinting on Gulfstream Park’s dirt track with four stakes wins on a lighter note. Diamond Oops impressed the Gulfstream with a one-length score in the seven-furlong on December 21st.
# 3 Higher Power (6-1)
Jockey: Flavien Prat
Career earnings: $91,777
Higher power is a late-blooming horse with a visually impressive score in the last TVG Pacific Classic Stakes and then won two respectable third-place finishes in the Longines Breeder’s Cup Classic and Awesome Again Stakes. He was set off rather poorly in those two races and lost by a total of 16 lengths. Fortunately, he was able to redeem himself and kept trying. Once he marks his first start and reclaims his form in the next Pegasus race, he can get back to the winner’s circle and win.
#4 Omaha Beach
Jockey: Mike Smith
Career earnings: $1,651,800
Color: Dark bay or brown
Mike Smith has the strongest vibe to sprint the horse racing as Omaha Beach leads the 2020 Pegasus World Cup Invitational. Last year, the horse racer was unable to run in the Kentucky Derby due to health-related issues. However, this year, he will run in Gulfstream Park’s racing field to begin a new racing career if possible.
#5 Mucho Gusto
Jockey: Irad Ortiz Jr
Career earnings: $779,800
Mucho Gusto won the three Grade 3 races in 2019. He made his four-year-old debut, making him one of Saturday’s Pegasus’s most exciting storylines when he hit the board in both the TVG.com Haskell Invitational Stakes (second) and the Runhappy Travers Stakes (third). Gusto has the impression of an underdog type.
The 2020 Pegasus World Cup will indeed display an excellent horse racing event this year and in 2021. The list above will create a clearer picture of which horse racers will lead out as big winners and garner popularity in all the upcoming horse racing.
2020 marks the new era for all horse racing to start-off in various racing fields around the globe. Pegasus World Cup Betting will bring another profit-making opportunity for those valuable bettors.
Horse racing fans are already looking forward to the coming season. As the 2020 Pegasus World Cup draws closer, fans can’t contain their excitement to bet on the top horse racers, for there will be an expected price of nearly $9 million to be given away.