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The 149 Belmont Stakes is restricted to only 16 Belmont Stakes runners and will run on Saturday, June 10, 2017, for the third and final leg of the Triple Crown.
Here is the latest look at Conquest Mo Money, one of the contenders for the 2017 Belmont Stakes to be run at Belmont Park.
Owner: Judge Lanier Racing
Trainer: Miguel Hernandez
Pedigree: Uncle Mo – Stirring, by Seeking the Gold
Last Race Result: 7th Place, Preakness Stakes, 5/20/17
Conquest Mo Money is one of the more interesting horses in the field at the Belmont Stakes. Most probably assumed he was never really going to get out of New Mexico short of for perhaps the Kentucky Derby. But when he lost the Sunland Derby, he was forced into the Arkansas Derby just to qualify for the Run for the Roses. In the end, he did the job at Oaklawn Park but never did run at Churchill Downs.
But Conquest Mo Money figured to be a contender at the Preakness Stakes, albeit a fringy sort of contender. He was never good enough on the day, though. The Uncle Mo colt started slowly and never got into a better position than fourth place. He finished seventh.
Thus, Conquest Mo Money is a really tough horse to try to line. He's had moments where he strikes us as a great three-year old horse, but there are also moments in which we're reminded that he could be nothing more than a local colt who can dominate at a smaller track. He's set at +1000 to win the Belmont for now, and that figures to be around where he goes after being set at 11 to 1 at the Preakness Stakes.
Conquest Mo Money Belmont Stakes Analysis
The field at the Belmont Stakes is going to feature a bunch of speed, and that probably won't end up playing all that well for Conquest Mo Money. He's considered a good starter, but at the Preakness Stakes, he just flat out never had a shot from the get go. He started with a far outside post at No. 10 and never got to the rail. Sure, Always Dreaming isn't in this equation any longer at the Belmont Stakes, but Conquest Mo Money will have a lot of others like Gormley and Irap who are fighting for early position as well.
Here's the thing about Conquest Mo Money: He's never had any real degree of success when he hasn't gotten out of the blocks quickly. Sure, he had never finished worse than second in any race before the Preakness, but his best wins have come in close to wire-to-wire situations.
On one hand, horses don't go wire-to-wire at the Belmont all that often. On the other hand, if Conquest Mo Money doesn't get out to the lead, don't rip up your ticket quite yet.
Though we don't firmly know that the distance isn't an issue for any of these horses, the breeding for Conquest Mo Money points him in the direction of being alright at a mile and a half. We never got to see Uncle Mo run at this distance because of the fact that his racing career was cut short, but we do know that a lot of his foals have gone on to run well at longer distances in their careers. Conquest Mo Money could be the next in line to have good success at this long mile and a half distance. If the rest of this field doesn't quite cut the jib, Conquest Mo Money could end up being a later player. It's against his M.O. for sure, but we have a good feeling that Conquest Mo Money is going to be better-positioned to run the mile and a half at the Belmont Stakes than he was the mile and three-sixteenths at the Preakness Stakes.
With a maximum of 16 horses accepted into the Belmont Stakes field, there is a significant vetting process to qualify the horses among this group of three-year olds. Horses which finished in the top four at either the Kentucky Derby or Preakness Stakes are guaranteed entry into the Belmont Stakes, while the other starters are placed in the field based on earnings in graded stakes races and non-restricted sweepstakes races.
Belmont Stakes post positions and morning line odds for all horses in the field, will be updated until the day of the race.
|Belmont Stakes Entries||American Odds||Fractional Odds|
|Lookin at Lee||+380||19/5|
|Conquest Mo Money||+1500||15/1|
|Time To Travel||+3500||35/1|
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