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Wilkinson's future is on turf

When he began the year with a victory in the Lecomte Stakes in January at Fair Grounds, Wilkinson automatically became high on a lot of people’s list of Kentucky Derby hopefuls.

But if his last race is any indication, Wilkinson’s future appears to be on turf. After winning a third-level allowance race – albeit against only three rivals – last month at Saratoga, Wilkinson steps into stakes company in Friday’s $60,000 Summing at Belmont Park.


Wilkinson will meet five rivals, including stakes winners Adirondack Summer and Rustler Hustler in the Summing, carded at one mile over the Widener Turf course.

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