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Zito duo gets to work for Belmont

Two of trainer Nick Zito's three Belmont Stakes (G1) candidates turned in half-mile workouts on Thursday at Belmont Park. Brave Victory, the third-place finisher in the Peter Pan Stakes (G2), covered the distance in :48.56 under Eddie Cruz. Federico Tesio Stakes winner Miner’s Escape was clocked in :48.56 Read More

 

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The thing you have to remember about Zito is he is always cognizant of how early speed can take these Triple Crown races. Think about: - Go for Gin - Louis Quatorze - Da' Tara Also, Commentator loafing on the lead is pretty tough...
Remind me not to toss his horses a few minutes before post time will you?
Wouldn't be the Belmont without Zito.

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