Belmont Stakes

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Five Belmont Stakes Trends

By J. Keeler Johnson ("Keelerman") As the lone twelve-furlong grade I race run on dirt in this country, the Belmont Stakes stands alone in the world of handicapping; an island in an ocean of races that... Read More

Medal Count 'Live' Longshot

So, it’s California Chrome against the world in the Belmont Stakes. Well, not quite the entire world; just the entities that will challenge him on June 7. As much as his human opponents would love to see... Read More

Summer Bird's Belmont Stakes

In remembering Summer Bird, I am reprinting my recap of his Belmont Stakes victory. The 141 st Belmont Stakes (gr. I) proved one thing: you can crown two birds with one stone. The victory by Summer Bird... Read More

What Makes Us Thankful

What are you thankful for in horse racing this season? A particular runner, race, person? Respond w/ #thanksracing hashtag — Claire Novak (@BH_CNovak) November 27, 2013 LEXINGTON, Ky. (Nov. 27, 2013) ... Read More

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