When Sir Winston crossed the finish line first at the 151st running of the Belmont Stakes in June, the 3-year old colt was applauded for his performance as a 10-1 long shot.
What's the best way to attend the 151st running of the Belmont Stakes?
For over a century, the Belmont Stakes has been held at the historic Belmont Park.
After one of the craziest Triple Crown trails in thoroughbred racing history, all eyes are pointed to the Belmont Stakes for the grand finale.
Even after a century-and-a-half of racing, the Kentucky Derby® can still produce moments that we've never seen before.
We've already discussed why you should attend the Belmont Stakes, but we still have yet to drive home what really makes this race different from its Triple Crown™ counterparts. While it's often grouped together with the other treble sprints, the Belmont Stakes has unique merit and value that helps differentiate it from the rest. While it is seen as one of three, it carries enough weight to stand truly on its own.