The Belmont Stakes

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No idea why but only five runners entered in this low grade affair and then to make matters worse there's no known runner in the race but I have to wonder what the trainer R.Harris is up to with two horses entered, maybe one to set the pace and the other to prosper, if that's what hes going to try he will have to use Diamond Vine as the pace setter but this horse is usually held up, it certainly muddies the water, but Arizona Snow his other horse is my second top rated but top spot goes to…

The incredible journey of legendary thoroughbred racehorse Man o' War

Pete Monaco tells the incredible tale of Man o' War, one of the most beloved and famous racehorses in history

Zenyatta | Oughton Limited

The unofficial news of Zenyatta’s foal came from the Twitter account of Daisy Farish, granddaughter of Lane’s End’s owner Will Farish with “ZENYATTA JUST HAD HER BABY! Boy!” An ensuing enormous spike in traffic crashed the source for all things Zenyatta:, where Zenyatta channels a daily blog and gives updates of […]


In recognition of Man O’ War’s birth over a century ago, it’s been a time of celebration in the USA and Canada. So many fabulous articles, exhibits and online postings about Ameri…

Man O War, Belmont Stakes, 1920 by Thomas Pollart

Digitally enhanced. The 1920 Belmont Stakes was the 52nd running of the Belmont Stakes. It was the 14th Belmont Stakes held at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York and was held on June 12, 1920. With a field of only two horses, heavily favored Man o' War won the 1 ​3⁄8–mile race (11 f; 2.2 km) by 20 lengths over Donnacona.Man o' War's time of 2:14.2 set a word record for 1 ​3⁄8–mile.Man o' War who made his debut at Belmont Park on June 6, 1919, winning by six lengths. Three days later, he won…

Tiz The Law Delivers Redemption For New York Connections In 152nd Belmont Stakes - Horse Racing News | Paulick Report

A deluge of rain at Belmont Park derailed the Triple Crown dreams of the gutsy gelding, Funny Cide, in 2003, but 17 years later Sackatoga Stable and trainer Barclay Tagg finally captured the elusive Belmont Stakes with a decisive 3 3/4-length victory by Tiz the Law. Their triumph in the 152nd running came in front […]