"It's a difficult task. You're running three different distances in five weeks in [three] different racetracks. It takes a super horse to accomplish it," he said. "It's just been a long time since we had one. I don't think it should be messed with at all. I think it's a great thing in sports, and when a super horse comes along, they'll accomplish it."
"He seems fine this morning, but [I] would like to give him a week to see how he is doing before we commit," Motion told The Washington Times in a text message. "[We] would love to run in the Belmont if he is doing well."