Belmont gets underway this weekend, and Saturday’s card finds its anchor in the Elusive Quality Stakes. The race is one few American tracks can hold: a one-turn, seven-furlong grass race. Belmont’s sweeping course offers that option, and a field of seven (plus two main-track only entries, though rain is unlikely) have entered to contest the race. It should be a good one to play — though the field is not large, it is sufficiently evenly matched to be a fun betting race.
Head over to Picks and Ponderings, read my preview of Saturday’s Elusive Quality Stakes, and let me know your thoughts in the comments!