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Sunny Day, Horses Ready for Belmont

The main track June 5 was extremely sloppy, but as the workers finished up the morning of June 6, the track looked perfect. The bigger question, of course, is the turf course. A hefty wind, which would help dry out the ground, was not in evidence early on Belmont morning. There are two graded stakes scheduled for the grass on Belmont day, and they will remain on the turf while the two races following the Belmont Stakes (gr. I) will come off the course. At the start of the day, the main track was rated as good and the turf course as soft. Read More

 

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