Runnerup Bodemeister to skip Belmont Stakes


Any suspension almost certainly wouldn't occur before the Belmont on June 9. O'Neill acknowledged before the Preakness that the drug charge and the questioning has become a "distraction." He filed a federal lawsuit against the California Horse Racing

AP NEW YORK — Saginaw, the 3-5 favorite, stretched his winning streak to five on Saturday, beating Uncle T Seven by 7½ lengths in the $100000 Affirmed Success Stakes for New York breds at Belmont Park. David Cohen was aboard for trainer David

The Dale Romans trainee posted the second fastest of 26 moves at the distance, with the multiple Grade 2-winning filly On Fire Baby recording the bullet in :59 3/5.

Since Affirmed last won horse racing's Triple Crown in 1978, 11 3-year-olds have won both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness — but fallen short in the Belmont Stakes. I'll Have Another will try to snap that streak on June 9.

Any suspension almost certainly wouldn't occur before the Belmont on June 9. O'Neill acknowledged before the Preakness that the drug charge and the questioning has become a "distraction." He filed a federal lawsuit against the California Horse Racing

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