2011 Suburban Handicap (G2)

7/2/2011, Belmont Park
Post Time:
5:49 PM ET
1 1/8 m (Dirt)
3+ M

What the Nation is saying about the 2011 Suburban Handicap (G2)...

Flat Out introduced himself to the world with an overpowering performance to take the Suburban Handicap ... Read More
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  • zatt · Thanks lou'sfan ... Scooter Dickey mentioned Saratoga or Monmouth for his next start. I would like to see him in the Whitney. · 1017 days ago ·
  • jc1959 · You may be correct Michael. The wa Flat Out came up from behind was just pure poetry in motion to watch. It was very exciting to see. · 1017 days ago ·
In the next race, the Suburban Handicap, I expect recent lifetime best performances by Rodman and Hymn Book to cause lower than deserved odds for today. Meanwhile the midwest shipper, Flat Out is coming off two solid races at Lone Star and Churchill Downs in his latest. Despite not getting the win i...Read More
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  • boldruler · I always knew Flat Out had it in him, glad to see him back in top form, and even better than that, Hat's off to my Dear Friend, Michael Pavelick and his outstanding job of handicapping this race....I hope they listened to you, Mick....they went home with a nice chunk of change!! Congratulations on a job well done!! · 1018 days ago ·
  • zatt · Only 1 out of the 3 longshots hit, but that's alll you need to have a good day! · 1018 days ago ·
Flat Out, the longest shot on the board at 13-1, barreled widest of all into the lead at the top of the stretch and onto a 6 ½-length upset in Saturday's 125th edition of the Grade 2, $300,000 Suburban Handicap at Belmont Park. Ridden by Alex Solis, the 5-year-old son of Flatter stayed within hailin...Read More
Who Will Win This Weekend? Talk about it tonight, Friday July 1 at 9:00 PM in the IMT chat room. We'll review graded stakes from across the nation. Give your opinions, discuss live longshots and gain a new perspective!    http://www.ironmaidensthoroughbreds.com/Read More
Saturday afternoon at Belmont Park, a pair of 6-year-olds squares off in the 126th edition of the Grade 2, $300,000 Suburban Handicap, which drew a solid field of six as graded stakes action commences for the three-day Independence Day weekend.Read More
Stuart S. Janney, III's Hymn Book, who earned his first black-type victory when he took the off-the-turf running of the Three Coins Up overnight stakes on May 19, is expected to take another step up the class ladder in the Suburban on July 2. "It might be an ambitious place, but we'll see," said Hal...Read More
Among those under consideration for the Grade 2, $300,000 Suburban Handicap on Saturday, July 2, is Barry K. Schwartz's Rodman, most recently a solid second to Tizway in the Grade 1 Metropolitan Handicap on Memorial Day in his third start off a 14-month layoff. Now 6, the son of Malibu Moon ran a li...Read More

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