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Horses Prepare for Belmont's Super Saturday

A trio of contenders for the Oct. 3 $750,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr. I) had their final tune-ups for the 1 1/4-mile race on a busy morning at Belmont Park Sept. 26. Read More

 

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football season probably keeps some from attending
those stands were bulit for a different time
A lot of people like myself enjoy the internet or OTB, especially on days like yesterday, damp. I understand your point though. On weekends when I go to the local harness track I see a small crowd and almost none under 40 yrs old.
How bad is this? Belmont's Super Saturday with 5 G1 races draws only 8000. Even worse today (Sunday) only 3000 attend. How long can racing survive?
if it's not muddy i like quality road's chances to win this race on a dry track. but he'll get some stiff competition from summer bird and macho again.

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