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Thomas Roulston
05-21-2017, 10:37 AM
Not only does he have a Dosage Index that is well within the guidelines, but also the preferred "Classic shape" Dosage Profile (10-14-17-2-1), and he appears to be a stalker type rather than the hard-closer that Andy Beyer in particular has always scorned in the Belmont.

Speaking of which, if the names High Honors, Play On and Rock Point mean anything to you, then you won't even think of using Senior Investment for any paying position in the Belmont. Skip the Derby + close in the Preakness = B.N. - Bad News - in the Belmont!

Spalding No!
05-21-2017, 02:01 PM
Not only does he have a Dosage Index that is well within the guidelines, but also the preferred "Classic shape" Dosage Profile (10-14-17-2-1), and he appears to be a stalker type rather than the hard-closer that Andy Beyer in particular has always scorned in the Belmont.

Speaking of which, if the names High Honors, Play On and Rock Point mean anything to you, then you won't even think of using Senior Investment for any paying position in the Belmont. Skip the Derby + close in the Preakness = B.N. - Bad News - in the Belmont!
Battle of Midway is pointing for the Affirmed at Santa Anita.

Touch Gold skipped the Derby, ran well in the Preakness despite a horrific start, and won the Belmont, thwarting the Triple Crown run of Silver Charm.

Robert Fischer
05-21-2017, 02:29 PM
is he likely for the Belmont?

doesn't strike me as the Belmont type, but he seems like a good stakes horse.

I could be wrong, and he could be pointed for the Belmont.