|All Alex In Belmont|
Afleet Alex and Jeremy Rose winning the June 11 Belmont Stakes.
Saturday's 137th running of the Belmont Stakes was billed as a rubber match between Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo and Preakness winner Afleet Alex. But in the end, it wasn't even close. Story | See the entire race |
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Triple Crown falls just short for Afleet Alex|
On the morning after the Belmont Stakes, reality
set in: Preakness and Belmont winner Afleet Alex came within 8 feet
of winning the Triple Crown.
Rose enjoys easier ride to Belmont victory
Perched peacefully atop Belmont Stakes winner
Afleet Alex on Saturday, Jeremy Rose savored a victory every bit as
sweet as his Preakness win -- and an awful lot safer.
Finley: Belmont can validate Giacomo's Derby win
This, and not the Kentucky Derby or the Preakness, is the moment of truth for Giacomo.
Finley: What we've learned from this Triple Crown
From the 20 horses who ran in the Kentucky Derby only two are left standing.
Cronley: Just don't do it
Jay isn't anti Nike. But sometimes, it's what you don't do at the track that can make the difference.
Finley: Third time's the charm?
Undaunted by a disastrous Derby and a disappointing Preakness, Nick Zito will be back for more in the Belmont.
Can Peter Pan produce another Belmont winner?
The trainer is sick and his horse is tired, yet
Sal Russo says he'll have Reverberate ready to run in Saturday's $1
million Belmont Stakes.
Jockey goes from Derby favorite to Belmont long shot
No Yankees cap sat atop Javier Castellano's head
Tuesday morning at Belmont Park.
Afleet Alex running for cancer research
When Afleet Alex runs again in Saturday's Belmont Stakes, he's
racing for more than just his second straight Triple Crown race
Afleet Alex ships from Pimlico to Belmont
Preakness Stakes winner Afleet Alex was shipped
from Pimlico Race Course to New York on Saturday, a week before the
May 7, 2005
Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ky.
1 1/4 miles
May 21, 2005
Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, Md.
1 3/16 miles
Tank's Prospect, 1985
Louis Quatorze, 1996
June 11, 2005
1 1/2 miles