#6 Blue Atlas finished
fifth but lost the whole race by about a half-length and ran the best race of
the bunch after snatching up at the break and spotting the rest of the field a
head start. Three of her four career wins have come here on the Belmont grass.
Play in exacta box with #6 Five Alarm Robin, who owns the
top recent speed figures in this field from two races she ran at the Saratoga
meet, which included a win and a third-place finish last time. Michelle Nevin
takes over the training from Gary Sciacca.
#1 Marvelous Maude
only to suffer a tough-luck loss by a head to the 8-5 favorite to be second
last time out and remains in fine form at present. Graduated two races ago and
improved further last time in defeat. Ready to rebound for Chad Brown and Irad Ortiz.
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