With a wide open field, it was Tapwrit and jockey Jose Ortiz who took home the $1.5 million prize by winning the Belmont Stakes on June 10. We’ve got all the details on the colt’s big victory in the final race of the Triple Crown!
Place your bets! The final leg of the Triple Crown of horse racing, the Belmont Stakes, is set to run in New York at 6:37pm EST on Saturday, June 10th and Irish War Cry is the current favorite. Keep reading to learn how to watch the big race online here!
While 2017 won’t be seeing a Triple Crown winner, the Belmont Stakes is still one of the greatest feats in horse racing. We’ve got all the details on when and how you can watch it.
It’s any horse’s day at the 2017 Belmont Stakes, as the winners of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes have bailed on the final leg of the Triple Crown. We’ve got all the details on the 12 colts who are in the running.
Simply awesome! It was so close in the Belmont Stakes 2016! We needed a photo finish to determine the winner. Creator left it to the last minute on June 11 to defeat Destin by a nose! It was another amazing race, with sadly no American Triple Crown on the line, but that didn’t stop Creator from edging it first past the post.
And we have a winner! It was another incredible race at the Belmont Stakes on June 11, but as always only one horse could be the victor! Well done, Creator for fighting off all the challengers and coming first past the post. There was no American Triple Crown on the line, but that didn’t deter Creator who won the race in a photo finish. Favorite Exaggerator was nowhere in sight, finishing well below the pack in second last place.
It’s going to be a great race! It’s here, the third jewel of the Triple Crown gets underway on June 11, as 13 horses go head-to-head in the Belmont Stakes in Elmont, New York. Can Exaggerator follow-up his Preakness Stakes win with another first-placed finish? Click here to watch the live stream and find out!
And there under starters orders! The Belmont Stakes is the final race of the American Triple Crown, as 13 horses go head-to-head to finish first past the post at Belmont Park in New York. This year, Exaggerator is the clear favorite after his masterful performance at the Preakness Stakes. He certainly will be the horse to beat come race-time. Want to see if he does it? Click down for the live stream to watch!
And they’re off! The 2016 Belmont Stakes, the last epic horse race in the triple crown, is upon us! Where is it being held? When and where can you catch it live? Read on to get all the details you need to know to enjoy the show!
Are you a horse racing newbie interested in watching the Belmont Stakes this year? Look no further, because we have everything you need to know about the event right here! The race is the third and final leg of the Triple Crown and is held five weeks after the Kentucky Derby and three weeks after the Preakness Stakes, on a Saturday between June 5 and June 11 at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. We have all the important details right here!
And away they go! Exaggerator, Stradivari and 11 other gorgeous ponies will be running on June 11th in Elmont, New York during the 148th Belmont Stakes. Keep reading to meet every horse racing in the final leg of the Triple Crown.
Any of these beautiful thoroughbreds could win this race. Early money is on Exaggerator who defeated Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist last month in the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown. Nyquist will be sitting this race out with an injury leaving the field open for horses like Trojan Nation and Cherry Wine to have long shot wins. Check out this awesome field of racers.
The final race of the 148th Belmont Stakes is right around the corner, and we’ve gathered all the pertinent info about the Mount Everest of horse races. Here are 5 things you need to know about the huge equine event!
Are you ready for the third and most important Belmont Stakes event? The race of the year is happening tomorrow, June 11, which means there’s still plenty of time for you to learn all about it. Read on to find out about the race details, including the entertainment lineup, how to watch it, which horses are competing and more!
Oh no! Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist will not be competing in the Belmont Stakes after doctors confirmed he’s too sick to compete. We’re so disappointed, but doctors don’t want to take any chances!
Unfortunately, even animals can reach their breaking point. Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist will not run at the Belmont Stakes because he’s sick! After doctors received some alarming test results, it was decided the colt shouldn’t return to the race until he’s healthy again.
History has been made! American Pharoah defied the odds and proved that he’s a horse of legend! He, with Victor Espinoza, won the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes to become the first Triple Crown winner in over 37 years!
It’s a day for the history books! American Pharoah, the horse that took home the trophies at both the 2015 Kentucky Derby and the 2015 Preakness Stakes, became a Triple Crown winner by winning the Belmont Stakes on June 6! Thanks to his jockey, Victor Espinoza, 43, American Pharoah is the first horse to win all three major events since 1978! Victor is also the oldest jockey to ever win the Triple Crown.
What a finish! American Pharoah won the 2015 Belmont Stakes on June 6 and became the first Triple Crown Winner in 37 years! Congratulations to American Pharoah and Victor Espinoza!
It was “The Race For The Champion” and there could be no other than Victor Espinoza, 43, and American Pharoah! The team that won both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes went 3 for 3, defeating the other seven horses to win the June 6 running of the Belmont Stakes — and became the first Triple Crown winner since 1978!
Are you ready to witness history? Will American Pharoah win the Belmont Stakes and be the first Triple Crown Winner in almost forty years? Click to WATCH a live stream of the event!
It all comes down to this! The Belmont Stakes is called “The Test of the Champion” and on June 6, we may just award American Pharoah the Triple Crown. He will have to beat seven other horses in order to score a place in history and HollywoodLife.com doesn’t want you to miss a single moment!
Get your bets ready because the Belmont Stakes are just around the corner! The annual Thoroughbred horse race is the third and final leg of the Triple Crown, and this year, American Pharoah has a chance to take home the coveted crown — and a $1.5 million prize!
American Pharoah won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, and if he wins at the Belmont Stakes — the annual Thoroughbred horse race — he will be the first Triple Crown winner since 1978. We’re so excited! So what else do you need to know about this legendary horse race before it kicks off? Find out here!
Steve Coburn, co-owner of California Chrome, issued a public apology on ‘Good Morning America’ for the negative comments he made after his horse came up short of winning the Triple Crown.
Steve Coburn, 61, and his wife, Carolyn Coburn, appeared on Good Morning America on June 9 to do some damage control after Steve badmouthed the winner of the Belmont Stakes, Tonalist, and the horse’s owner. Steve publicly apologized for his incredibly negative comments, and said that he is “very ashamed.”