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Uncle Mo: Why Winning the BC Juvenile is a Bad Thing

No 2 year old Breeders Cup Juvenile champ has been around to ENTER a Belmont Stakes since 1985, not win, not hit the board, we are talking not even able or qualified to enter. That to me is a much more incredible streak than our lack of recent Triple Crown champions.

Legend Street Sense seems to be the only one that missed the race by choice; all others were either hit with the injury bug or simply not accomplished enough to continue after lackluster beginnings to their respective 3yo seasons, albeit just months after top 2yo campaigns ended with BC victories. Read More

 

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Interesting blog. Chief's Crown in 1985 was the last BC Juvenile winner to run in the Belmont Stakes. Will Uncle Mo break the spell and make it to the 3rd leg of the Triple Crown?

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