Perhaps if the second race at Belmont Park on June 29 had been 5.99 furlongs instead of 6, or No Regrets had stayed closer to the inside rounding the turn he might have won. Maybe if he hadn’t been brushed by the winner leaving the starting gate or bobbed down instead of up he would have made up the 12 inches or so he needed to win. He didn’t do any of those things and still ran a great race, reacting well to his first time wearing blinkers and posting a personal best 78 Beyer. Away quickly despite his early trouble, he raced in hand the majority of the way and was only caught in the final strides while safe in second by 3½ lengths. He didn’t falter either, running the final quarter-mile in approximately 23.74 seconds. With the year a little more than half over, he has already exceeded his earnings from last year and is on pace to more than double them.
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