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Drosselmeyer seeks jump start

After two lackluster efforts to begin 2011, last year’s Belmont Stakes winner, Drosselmeyer, returns to the scene of his greatest triumph Sunday, hoping to jump-start his career when he meets five rivals in the $60,000 One Count Stakes at Belmont Park.

The One Count, run at 1 1/4 miles, is a prep to the Grade 2, $150,000 Brooklyn Handicap here on June 10.


Drosselmeyer upset the Belmont Stakes at 13-1 last June, but shortly thereafter went to the sidelines with ankle issues. He returned in the Challenger Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs on March 5, where he finished fourth, a performance trainer Bill Mott figured his horse needed. But in the Grade 3 Skip Away, Drosselmeyer ran a disappointing fifth, beaten seven lengths by S.S. Stone.

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First of all, Avoid Tampa Bay Downs at all costs when it comes to Drosselmeyer. Any horse with ankle issues should not run, or train at all on a track regarded by many esteemed writers as "quirky".
First of all, Avoid Tampa Bay Downs at all costs when it comes to Drosselmeyer. Any horse with ankle issues should

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