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Belmont Stakes Tickets are on sale now! Horse racing fans know how rare it is to crown a thoroughbred king, but the possibility is held annually in New York! Belmont Stakes is third and longest leg of the Triple Crown of horse racing, referred to as "The Test of the Champion." Since its inauguration, just eleven horses have won at Belmont to achieve the legendary goal, while over 20 Triple Crown hopefuls have fallen one race shy of immortality. Maybe it's the length of the track, or maybe it's the grueling schedule of three races in five weeks. One thing is for sure—the Belmont Stakes is a classic in thoroughbred racing and is not to be missed. History is made at the New York track every year; purchase your Belmont Stakes tickets today!

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Belmont Stakes 2014 News and Updates

Belmont Stakes is held annually at Belmont Park in Elmont (Queens adjacent), New York. Following the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, the Belmont Stakes showcases world-class thoroughbreds vying for the elusive Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. Sports fans of all kinds patiently await each season for the third and final leg of the Triple Crown, as the world of horse racing culminates every June at Belmont. Will the winning horse to be blanketed with white carnation flowers be the next Triple Crown winner, or will we see a major upset?

Belmont Park boasts the longest track in the quest for the Triple Crown, at 1.5 miles long. You wont regret purchasing Belmont Stakes tickets when the horses come around the final bend and barrel down the home stretch as the crowd roars in excitement. Horse racing is one of the top spectators sports in the world for moments like these—made even grander and larger than life when history (plus loads of money and bets) is on the line. Since Belmont's inception in the mid-1800s, only 11 horses in history have won the Triple Crown; including Sir Barton, War Admiral, Secretariat, Seattle Slew, Affirmed, and more unforgettable animals. Secretariat's 31-length victory in 1973 set the world record for 1.5 miles on dirt at an astounding 2:24.

A total of 21 horses were victorious at Kentucky and Preakness, but failed to contest or win at Belmont. Most recently, I'll Have Another (2012) could not attempt Belmont for a shot at eternal glory, sadly having to pull out due to career-ending tendonitis. Fans were distraught at the loss to the sport, but this year's contender, California Chrome, has inspired hope in the racing community again! The California-bred three year old has won the first two legs of the Triple Crown by large margins. Despite almost withdrawing from Belmont due to a nasal strip controversy, California Chrome will be the first contender since 2008's Big Brown to appear at Belmont with a real shot at achieving the legendary accomplishment. There hasn't been a bigger or more pivotal race at Belmont in recent years. Watch what will be written into history books with your very own eyes when you purchase 2014 Belmont Stakes tickets today! Get-in for as little as $21 in Grandstand general admission.
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