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Gainesway’s sire Tapit is certainly in a good spot to make Belmont Stakes (Grade 1) history on June 8 as he could become the second stallion to be represented by four winners since the classic was first run in 1867.
Tapit’s first Belmont winner was Tonalist in 2014. Two years later he struck again with Creator. In 2017 Tapit did it again with Tapwrit. In this year’s Belmont the sire has, Tacitus, Intrepid Heart and Bourbon War.
“It is a great endorsement of the stallion, who is still a teenager,”
said Michael Hernon of Gainesway.
Tapit stands for $225,000.
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