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Belmont Doings: 'It's a Tote Board Race'

Every day seems to bring a new Belmont Stakes (gr. I) pick. What else is new?

This year’s Belmont is that kind of race. There is no standout, and the majority of the horses entered seem to have a legitimate shot to win.


Of course, as usual, we’ll be concentrating on longshots and potential overlays. Our price horse in the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I), Stately Victor, has done nothing wrong, and certainly deserves another shot in the Belmont.

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