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2010 Belmont Stakes Post Positions
by T.O. Whenham - 6/2/2010
The Belmont Stakes is being run for the 142nd time on Saturday, June 5, with post time at 6:30 p.m. EST. The storyline that is getting the most attention in this race is the lack of star power - for the first time since 2006 and only the third time since 1970 neither the Kentucky Derby winner nor the Preakness Stakes champ are in the field. Read More >>
Horses That Can Win the Belmont Stakes
by T.O. Whenham - 6/1/2010
It looks like we are going to have a 12-horse field for the Belmont Stakes. It's not a big-name field, and it has the unfortunate and rare distinction of not featuring the winner of the Kentucky Derby or Preakness, or even a single horse that has run in both of those races. Still, it's an extremely interesting race, and it has a good chance of launching a young horse into stardom. Just last year Summer Bird was lightly raced and lightly regarded heading into the Belmont, but a win catapulted him into a huge summer and champion three year old honors. Read More >>
2010 Belmont Stakes Contenders
by T.O. Whenham - 6/1/2010
This is not a Belmont field that is going to excite the casual bettors - those that only care about Triple Crown attempts and anything to do with Seabiscuit. Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver was exposed in the Preakness, and Preakness winner Lookin at Lucky is resting up for a big summer season. There's not a single horse that will have run in all three Triple Crown races, either. Despite that, there are some very interesting horses in the field for the third jewel in the Triple Crown, and there's good chance that Saturday, June 5 is going to deliver a very interesting, exciting race. Read More >>
Lack of Intrigue for 2010 Belmont Stakes
by Robert Ferringo - 5/18/2010
Last week we talked about how Kentucky Derby winners were essentially a 50-50 shot to win the Preakness, as they now have in 70 of the last 135 opportunities. However, this year the Derby winner and the Preakness winner will have zero opportunity to win the Belmont. Read More >>
Early Look at 2010 Belmont Stakes Contenders
by T.O. Whenham - 5/18/2010
This is not shaping up to be a dream Belmont Stakes. Neither Super Saver, the winner of the Kentucky Derby, nor Lookin at Lucky, the Preakness winner, will be making the trip to New York. A Belmont without a Triple Crown race winner is neither common nor attractive, but it does happen. Read More >>
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