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Kent Desormeaux calls Calvin Borel 'naive'

To jockey Kent Desormeaux, Calvin Borel's predictions of victory for Mine That Bird in the Belmont Stakes might be a mistake.

"I think Calvin is naive," said Desormeaux, who'll be riding Summer Bird in the Belmont. "He's naive about the historical event. He's naive about the situation he's in. He's in a different place. I remember being like that with Real Quiet. You think you're invincible. I know the place he's in."

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