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2012 Jamaica Handicap (G1)

Date/Track:
10/6/2012, Belmont Park
Distance:
1 1/8 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
3 M
Time:
1:52.91

What the Nation is saying about the 2012 Jamaica Handicap (G1)...

Dislike DULLahan but figures to do well here, but NO PRICE.
In the Belmont stakes ... As much as I like Dullahan, and Summer Front, and Howe Great, Cogito is the one to beat in the Jamaica ... Julia should wipe the smile right off of Happy Face, and I expect Archwarrior to live up to the hype today.
  • Mary Z. · Summer Front is my win pick, Brian, but one has to wonder about Frankie Dettori coming over to ride Cogito. GL. I think that's my super--boxed. · 558 days ago ·
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Three weeks after being claimed for $35,000, 28-1 shot King David joined the elite ranks of Grade 1 winners, rallying through the stretch under jockey Rosie Napravnik to upset Saturday’s 63rd running of the $400,000 Jamaica Handicap on the turf at Belmont Park.Read More
With a trio of stakes victories, Howe Great already has turned his first hat trick, but trainer H. Graham Motion is hopeful the 3-year-old Team Valor colt will light the lamp for his first Grade 1 in tomorrow’s Jamaica Handicap. Read More
Cogito, a listed stakes winner in England, has arrived at Belmont Park along with trainer Brian Meehan, who hopes the 3-year-old can give him his fifth Grade 1 win in North America and third at Belmont when he competes in Saturday’s $400,000 Jamaica Handicap. Read More
Dullahan is the 4-5 morning-line favorite to add a Grade 1 turf score to his resume when he faces seven other 3-year-olds in Saturday’s 64th running of the $400,000 Jamaica Handicap at Belmont Park.Read More
Trainer Tom Bush said Friday that Grade 3 Saranac winner Unbridled Command is under consideration for the Grade 1 Jamaica Handicap on October 8 at Belmont Park and that a decision will be made after a work this weekend.Read More
Trainer Christophe Clement said he hopes a change in race dynamics will help Summer Front earn his first Grade 1 victory when he competes in the $400,000 Jamaica Handicap on October 6 at Belmont. Read More
Trainer Dale Romans, who has already has established a personal record for single-season North American earnings in 2012, will have multiple chances to take down additional lucrative prizes over the next two weeks at Belmont Park as he has Shackleford set for the Grade 2, $400,000 Kelso Handicap and...Read More