Affirmed Success completed his breeze in 1:01.65, while Albert the Great went in 1:01.22. Bevo, who consistently puts in bullet works, completed the distance in 1:00.12, the second-fastest time of the day. As a juvenile, Bevo won the Futurity (gr. I) at Belmont. After winning an allowance race -- in which he defeated Intidab -- in his 3-year-old debut, the William Badgett Jr. trainee has finished second to Trippi in the Riva Ridge Stakes (gr. III) and fifth in the King's Bishop Stakes (gr. I).
Jerome Handicap (gr. II) winner Fusaichi Pegasus breezed over a fast Belmont Park strip Monday, covering the distance in :49.82. The Neil Drysdale trainee will likely make his next start in the Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr. I) as a prep for the Breeders' Cup Classic. Also expected in the Gold Cup are Lemon Drop Kid, Behrens, Gander, and possibly European star Giant's Causeway.Adonis, unraced since a fifth-place finish in a Keeneland allowance race in April, also worked at Belmont on Monday. The 1999 Wood Memorial (gr. II) winner, a son of Kris S., went three furlongs in :38.71 while breezing on the fast track.Also on the Belmont worktab, graded stakes winners Affirmed Success, Albert the Great, and Bevo each worked five furlongs over the main track, but 2-year-old Light of Justice earned the bullet for the distance. Light of Justice, a son of first-crop sire Lit de Justice, drilled the five furlongs in :59.46, handily, the fastest of 16 works on the day. In his most recent race, the Mark Hennig-trained colt finished fifth in the Tremont Stakes (gr. III) after a fourth-place finish in the Flash Stakes.