Keeneland Expects Decent Crowd For Belmont

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 6/08/2012 7:56 pm
        Even though there wont be a Triple Crown Winner this year, Keeneland is still planning on festive day for the Belmont Stakes.
       
        The annual Belmont Party at the Paddock will still go on Saturday even if the crowd in attendance may be a bit smaller than originally expected.

        Meanwhile those who bet 'I'll have Another' are scrambling to find a new horse to pick.
       
        Experts say 'Dullahan' (9-5), 'Street Life' (8-1) and 'Union Rags' (3-1) are now the popular picks to win the last leg of the Triple Crown with 'I'll Have Another' now retired.

        Those that originally picked other horses than 'I'll Have Another' are also reconsidering their bets with the change in the races original line.


        
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