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Belmont: G-Men

According to Godolphin's assistant trainer Rick Mettee, last year's champion juvenile Midshipman is sitting on ready. "We're looking at a race like the Jerome for him," he said. But the stronger half of Godolphin's Jerome entry may well be Girolamo (8th, $2.70), who was an impressive first-level allowance winner at Saratoga in his first start of the year, and even more impressive beating older second-level milers by 5 1/2 lengths in 1:35.11 under mild urging from Alan Garcia... Read More

 

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