2017 belmont stakes

Tapwrit Derrocha Clase Y Resistencia Para Ganar El Belmont Stakes

Una vez más, un corredor del Kentucky Derby deja pasar el Preakness Stakes y regresa para imponerse en el Belmont Stakes. Tapwrit, un hijo de Tapit que costó en subasta $1,200,000, justificó su precio al ganar de manera convincente la edición número 149 del Belmont Stakes (G1, $1,500,000) cerrando con broche de oro el Festival […]

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Belmont Notes: Irish War Cry ‘Taking It All In Stride,’ Lookin at Lee Earns Asmussen’s ‘Respect’

During her eight years working for trainer Graham Motion, assistant Alice Clapham has had the privilege of getting aboard such talented horses as Animal Kingdom, Better Talk Now, Bullsbay and Miss Temple City – all Grade 1 winners. Since their arrival in New York from the Fair Hill Training Center in Elkton, Maryland early Wednesday […]

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TCI: Epicharis, Twisted Tom Could Be Best At ‘Surviving’ Belmont Distance

The TCI guys preview the final jewel of the 2017 Triple Crown – Saturday’s Belmont Stakes (G1), the “Test of the Champion” at the grueling 1 1/2-mile distance. With a seemingly wide-open and star-lacking group of 12, will this year produce yet another wild, longshot result? And, if so, which 3-year-olds have the best shot at doing […]

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Irish War Cry Takes First Spin Around Belmont Oval Thursday

Multiple Grade 2 winner Irish War Cry, the 7-2 program favorite for Saturday’s 149th running of the Grade 1, $1.5 million Belmont Stakes presented by NYRA Bets, got his first tour of Belmont Park’s main track on a picture perfect Thursday morning. Joined by Graham Motion-trained stablemate Ascend, who will also race Saturday in the […]

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Multiplier To Add Blinkers For First Time In Belmont Run

Grade 3 Illinois Derby winner Multiplier, most recently sixth in the Grade 1 Preakness, will race for the first time with blinkers in Saturday’s Belmont Stakes. Trainer Brendan Walsh decided to make the equipment change after Multiplier wore them for a sharp half-mile work in 48.60 seconds June 3 at Keeneland, his final pre-Belmont breeze. […]

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Japanese Runner Epicharis Arrives In New York To Finish Belmont Preparations

Carrot Farm’s Japanese-bred multiple stakes winner Epicharis arrived at Belmont Park on Thursday ahead of his North American debut in the Grade 1, $1.5 million Belmont Stakes, presented by NYRA Bets, on Saturday, June 10. Arriving on the grounds shortly before 3 p.m., Epicharis was greeted by exercise rider Masa Aki, who is also the […]

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