Trainer Graham Motion was confident that Trikari could handle the distance in the Belmont Derby, and the 3-year-old colt proved him right by winning his first Grade 1 race. Motion praised Trikari for his physical strength and good looks, and is now considering the Saratoga Derby for his next start.

Cinderella’s Dream, under the guidance of trainer Charlie Appleby, won the Belmont Oaks in her first North American start, setting a course record in the process. Appleby expressed his confidence in the filly and hinted that the Saratoga Oaks could be her next race.

Trainer Chad Brown took a risk by running Domestic Product in the Dwyer Stakes just three weeks after his last race, but it paid off with a dominant victory. Jockey Flavien Prat praised the horse’s performance and suggested that he may excel at shorter distances.

After giving Dragoon Guard time to develop, trainer Brad Cox’s decision paid off as the colt won his first graded-stakes race at the Indiana Derby. With a perfect record as a sophomore, Dragoon Guard could be eyeing the Travers Stakes or Pennsylvania Derby next.

Trainer Brittany Russell is considering entering Post Time in the prestigious Whitney Stakes at Saratoga, a race beyond his usual distance. Post Time has a solid track record and could face tough competition from Met Mile winner National Treasure in the race.

Overall, the weekend’s events showcased the talent and potential of these up-and-coming horses, setting the stage for exciting races in the near future. Fans can look forward to seeing how these promising contenders will fare in their upcoming challenges.