We asked our ‘cappers, analysts and writers for their Belmont Stakes picks and picks for several other Grade 1 races.
A pair of Maryland-breds are featured in Grade 1 stakes on the undercard of the final jewel of the Triple Crown, the Grade 1 Belmont Stakes.
- Simplification (6-1)
- Creative Minister (10-1)
- Fenwick (50-1)
- Secret Oath (9-2)
- Early Voting (7-2)
- Happy Jack (30-1)
- Armagnac (12-1)
- Epicenter (6-5)
- Skippylongstocking (20-1)
Rich Strike shocked the world when he won the Kentucky Derby at 80-1. History says don’t look for a repeat in the Belmont.
A Maryland-bred and a Pennsylvania-bred are among the fillies hoping to fire in the Intercontinental at Belmont Park Friday.
Despite the presence of Kentucky Derby hero Rich Strike, Peter Pan winner We the People is the 2-1 morning line favorite for Saturday’s Belmont Stakes.
Who were Preakness weekend’s top performers? We’ve got ’em right here, starting (of course) with Preakness winner Early Voting.
On a Pimlico weekend celebrating high-end horses, Can the Queen, a modest Maryland-bred who almost didn’t get to the races, scored one for the home team.
Early Voting is a no on the Belmont, and Epicenter is a “probably not.” But a couple of other Preakness runners may give it a shot.
Early Voting skipped the Derby to run in the Preakness — wise move, it turns out, as he surged to victory in the 147th edition.
In his first start of 2022, Carotari picked up where he left off in 2021, posting a popular win as the favorite in the Jim McKay Turf Sprint at PImlico.
Rombauer’s surprise victory put the Fradkin’s colors on the cupola weathervane. It’ll be a sad moment for them this afternoon when they change.
Our Preakness Profiles continue with longshot Fenwick, winner of one race in his career to date.
Our Preakness Profiles continue with the lightly raced Wood Memorial runner-up Early Voting.
Our Preakness Profiles continue with a longshot, West Coast invader Happy Jack, who finished 14th in the Kentucky Derby.
Maryland-bred Jaxon Traveler made a triumphant return to his home state, winning the Grade 3 Maryland Sprint Saturday at Pimlico.
Favored Technical Analysis cruised to victory in the Grade 3 Gallorette Saturday at Pimlico Race Course.
Our Preakness Profiles continue with Kentucky Derby runner-up Epicenter, who is expected to be the Preakness favorite.
Our Preakness Profiles continue with Creative Minister, a runner who was supplemented to the race for $150,000.
Our Preakness Profiles continue with Armagnac, who bounced back from a couple of tough outings to win an allowance last out.
Our Preakness profiles continue with Skippylongstocking, a longshot but one who might just be coming into his own.