The Belmont Stakes tests not only horses given its demanding 1 1/2-mile distance but also jockeys considering the track's unique 1 1/2-mile circumference, sweeping turns, and relatively short stretch. What are some things to keep in mind when handicapping the race in terms of how it will be run? Ed DeRosa & Emily Gullikson of OptixEQ discuss as well as touch on how to approach big favorites on big racing days.
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