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Some of the top long distance older horses in the country are scheduled to compete in the $500,000 Suburban Handicap at Belmont Park. The Grade 2 event has drawn a field of eleven to compete at the classic distance of a mile and a quarter on the main track.
Installed as the favorite at 3-1 on the morning line and slated to carry 117 pounds is Romansh for trainer Tom Albertrani. The four-year-old son of Bernardini will have Jose Ortiz in the irons bearing the familiar blue silks of Godolphin Racing, LLC. A $750,000 purchase as a yearling, Romansh has won four of his ten starts and was last seen finishing third to Palace Malice in the Met Mile (G1).
Second choice at 7-2 and carrying a high weight of 120 pounds is Last Gunfighter. Trained by Chad Brown and ridden by Javier Castellano, the five-year-old son of First Samurai won his first start of the year in May with a nose decision in the Mountainview Handicap as the favorite. Two of his nine career victories have come at a mile and a quarter and he will break from post five, just inside of Romansh.
Also in the field at 6-1 is distance specialist Norumbega, a four-year-old son of Tiznow bred and owned by Stuart Janney, III and trained by Claude "Shug" McGaughey. Joel Rosario will be back aboard after piloting the grey colt to a game victory in the Brooklyn Handicap in June. The pair prevailed by a hard fought neck in the mile and a half race.
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