ELMONT, N.Y. &ndash; Opportunity knocks for someone in the Vosburgh, which is the first of five straight Grade 1 races on the biggest card of Belmont&rsquo;s fall meet and the first leg of the pick six.\r\nThe nine entrants are winless from 16 collective starts at the Grade 1 level and well removed from the race&rsquo;s historical Beyer Speed Figure par in excess of 110.\r\nIndeed, morning-line favorite Girolamo has never run as short as six furlongs and has run just twice since winning the one-mile Jerome last October for Godolphin Stable.\r\nGirolamo makes his second start at 4, following an even effort to finish fifth in the Forego &ndash; his first start since a last-place finish in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Classic.\r\n&ldquo;He didn&rsquo;t really run that badly, considering it was a Grade 1 and a tough race off the layoff,&rdquo; said Rick Mettee, who oversees Godolphin&rsquo;s U.S. string for trainer Saeed bin Suroor. &ldquo;That race should have helped him a lot, and he should be fit enough for this race. I think the distance will be fine. He&rsquo;s got a high cruising speed and shouldn&rsquo;t really have any excuses in here, if he&rsquo;s good enough.&rdquo;\r\nThe co-second choices are Driven by Success, a hard-knocking New York-bred who is the only Grade 1-placed member of the field; and Snapshot, whose two best races have come at Belmont, including a second in the True North.\r\nDriven by Success, who has won 3 of 7 starts since given over to Todd Pletcher, is under the gun from the inside post.\r\n&ldquo;Even though he&rsquo;s never won a graded stakes, he&rsquo;s run races that are good enough to win graded stakes,&rdquo; Pletcher said. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s historically not a horse that is great on his first step, so breaking from the rail could potentially be a problem, but we&rsquo;ll see.&rdquo;\r\nSnapshot has been freshened by Bill Mott since a fifth in the Smile Sprint Handicap at Calder in July.\r\n&ldquo;One main reason we&rsquo;re running is our horse ran very well over this track before he went to Calder,&rdquo; Mott explained. &ldquo;He ran maybe his all-time best race over this surface. [At Calder,] he was jumping up and down; that track, some horses like it, some don&rsquo;t. For me, the race is a throw-out because he didn&rsquo;t run a jump.&rdquo;\r\nGolden Spikes, Latigo Shore, Riley Tucker, Temecula Creek, Wall Street Wonder, and Wildcat Brief complete the field.