News & Barn Notes

Union Rags Rallies Up The Rail to Win Belmont

Phyllis Wyeth’s Fountain of Youth (G1) winner Union Rags, who suffered through troubled trips in the Florida Derby (G1) and Kentucky Derby (G1), gamely drove up the rail under jockey John Velazquez to win the 144st Belmont Stakes by a neck over the pacesetter Paynter. Atigun finished third. 

Dullahan Takes Favorite's Role for Belmont Stakes

By New York Racing Association

Donegal Racing's Dullahan, who spent his winter at Gulfstream and started his 3-year--old season with a secondplace finish in the Palm Beach Stakes (G3), takes over as favorite in Saturday's Belmont Stakes.

I'll Have Another Wraps Up Friday Training Early at Belmont

By New York Racing Association

ELMONT, N.Y. – Seeking to create a quieter experience on Friday for Triple Crown hopeful I’ll Have Another, trainer Doug O’Neill sent his charge to the track at 5:30 a.m. for a jog and gallop.

Stronach Group Names Rogers President, Ritvo COO of Racing Division

The Stronach Group today named Mike Rogers President and Tim Ritvo Chief Operating Officer of its Racing Division, effective immediately. 

Belmont Stakes Notes: 6.7.12

By New York Racing Association

Belmont Stakes News and Notes

Gulfstream's Collmus Set To Call Historic Moment

Gulstream Park track announcer Larry Collmus is well aware of the fact that he could be supplying the soundtrack to history Saturday afternoon as the 'Voice of the Triple Crown' for NBC and its coverage of the Belmont Stakes.

Belmont Stakes Notes: 6.2.12

By New York Racing Association

ELMONT, N.Y. – First on the track at 8:30 a.m. during the special time slot set aside for Belmont Stakes contenders, Triple Crown hopeful I’ll Have Another had an easy gallop around the dogs over a sloppy, sealed Belmont Park oval Saturday morning.

Belmont Stakes Notes - 5.31.12

By New York Racing Association
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