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Five Sixteen Works for Belmont Stakes

Belmont Stakes 2012 logo.
Photo: Kevin Creative (Kevin House)

Five Sixteen turned in his final pre-Belmont Stakes breeze on Thursday, posting a 1:00.98 five-furlong move in company with stablemate Live for Today.

 

“It was good,” said Dominick Schettino, who trains Five Sixteen for MeB Racing Stables. “He did everything we asked.”

 

Schettino added that Five Sixteen will have schooling sessions in the starting gate and paddock prior to the Belmont Stakes. The colt is 1-1-1 in six starts and enters the race off a fourth in an April 18 optional claimer at Aqueduct Racetrack.

 

 

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