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R10 USA - BELMONT PARK07 June 2014
Belmont Stakes (Grade 1) (3yo) (Dirt) G1 3 ($745,520), 2413m 2:28.52
FP
 
Horse
Age & Sex
Trainer
Jockey
WT
SP
 
1st  
TONALIST (USA)
3yo Colt
CHRISTOPHE CLEMENT
JOEL ROSARIO
57.0
$10.20
 
TAPIT (USA) - SETTLING MIST (USA)
2nd  
COMMISSIONER (USA)
3yo Colt
TODD PLETCHER
JAVIER CASTELLANO
57.0
$29.00
 
A.P. INDY (USA) - FLAMING HEART (USA)
3rd  
MEDAL COUNT (USA)
3yo Colt
DALE L ROMANS
R ALBARADO
57.0
$25.80
 
DYNAFORMER (USA) - BRISQUETTE (USA)


4th  CALIFORNIA CHROME (USA)
3yo Colt
ART SHERMAN
VICTOR ESPINOZA
57.0
$1.85
4th  WICKED STRONG (USA)
3yo Colt
JAMES JERKENS
RAJIV MARAGH
57.0
$6.30
6th  SAMRAAT (USA)
3yo Colt
RICHARD VIOLETTE JR
JOSE ORTIZ
57.0
$20.50
7th  GENERAL A ROD (USA)
3yo Colt
M J MAKER
ROSIE NAPRAVNIK
57.0
$35.00
8th  MATTERHORN (USA)
3yo Rig
TODD PLETCHER
JOE BRAVO
57.0
$42.00
9th  COMMANDING CURVE (USA)
3yo Rig
DALLAS STEWART
SHAUN BRIDGMOHAN
57.0
$9.90
10th  MATUSZAK (USA)
3yo Colt
WILLIAM I MOTT
MIKE E SMITH
57.0
$36.00
11th  RIDE ON CURLIN (USA)
3yo Colt
WILLIAM GOWAN
JOHN R VELAZQUEZ
57.0
$9.30

2014 Belmont Stakes - Tonalist

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  • bambimixyyumi Says:

    1/10/2014 9:49:08 AM

    give tonalist his due. CC ran out my gas this day. he got his 105 rest then had no business in the penns. derby. Bayern loved those slow fractions. those were work fractions 4 him. this day belong 2 Bayern. Something about Bayern I like.

  • JSC112095 Says:

    13/06/2014 6:17:20 AM

    I read these comments and its clear people do not have a clue! That was the worse ride on the favorite as he was the speed! then got choked a half mile and then went wide and only got beat by four. had he went to the lead and stayed on rail he would have been next triple crown winner. The ride was worse than Smarty Jones.

  • Jimbo Bogie Says:

    11/06/2014 12:55:00 AM

    He could have been a little more diplomatic, but he does have a point. Unfortunately, horse racing in North America is on shaky ground, thanks to other forms of betting. People just don't want to pack up and spend an entire afternoon at the track where they'll see a 2 minute race followed by 30 minutes of nothing. Does anybody remember jai alai? I didn't think so.

  • Anthony Saponaro Says:

    9/06/2014 3:31:35 AM

    It played out exactly as I figured it would . . . .you do not leave Commissioner out of your figures, not with the breeding of this horse !

  • Steve Viveney Says:

    8/06/2014 9:08:51 PM

    Wah, wah, wah, my horsey didn't win. If your horse was THAT good he would have overcome and beaten all the rest. He was no Secretariat, and there never will be another Secretariat!!! Case closed!!

  • Jay B Says:

    8/06/2014 5:10:46 PM

    I have to agree with the owner. If you take horses that skip races so they are 100% fresh and put them up against a tired horse obviously the fresh horses will have a big advantage. That's just common sense. 

  • injanhoi1 Says:

    8/06/2014 3:23:08 PM

    I don't follow American horseracing actively but the owner appeared to be a sore loser. You also can't change something which has been in place for years. That is what makes it special. It takes a very special horse to win the Triple Crown.

  • ben242011 Says:

    8/06/2014 2:11:19 PM

    CC was hands down the best horse out there. I agree though, the 20 horses that start the Triple Crown should be the only ones eligible to compete for the three races. Its not entirely fair to enter a fresh horse into just one triple crown race let alone the last race 

  • Tonic Wise Says:

    8/06/2014 11:23:43 AM

    Was hoping California Chrome will win but the winner totally deserved to win after being three wide all the way. Poor poor ride by the jockey of CC. With the position he had and the front runners going easily he should have stuck towards inside. If he had ridden the way third placed runner did than he would have come a lot closer to winning.

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