Posts Tagged ‘Easy Goer’

Looking Back on the Belmont Stakes

If there’s a┬ábad day at the races, or you nailed the big winner. They stay inside your heart forever if you’re a true horse player. You can recount the bad beats with the utmost accuracy, and it seems like it happened just minutes ago. As we are five days away from the third leg of […]

One Belmont Stakes Myth Keeps on Kicking

by Greg Melikov

posted on June 1, 2010 in General Discussion, Other Events | 3 Comments >>

The word is out again perpetuating a racing myth that won’t go away — the Belmont Stakes belongs to stretch runners. A couple of examples from two major racing websites that will go nameless: “Kentucky Derby runner-up Ice Box, the likely morning-line favorite for the June 5 Belmont Stakes, breezed four furlongs in 49 3/5 […]