#7 Six Feet Apart goes out for trainer
Wesley Ward, who has been winning everything at this meet, including 2yo races
and these kinds of turf sprints, especially with his main man Johnny Velazquez
aboard. That jockey trainer combination is 8-for-11 at Belmont dating back to
lack year. This horse showed speed in career debut last time and held on for a
close third. Now should go further and faster in the second career start. Has a
tactical advantage as the speed horse in a rare turf sprint that seems
otherwise completely devoid of pace.
Play in exacta box with #5 Adele
Cat, who is a big overlay at 15-1 morning line odds despite a solid third-place
effort from the tough rail post in the career debut. Moves up in class versus maiden
special weights here, but adds first time Lasix and is too tantalizing in the
exotics at those high odds.
#6 Bitten By Kitten
Wesley Ward horse, and as mentioned above this barn is on fire at the Belmont
meet. This horse wastes no time coming to NY following the Keeneland career
debut last time, where she showed speed at a slightly longer distance until settling
for a close third. Shortens up a bit to a mile. Set to go all the way.
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