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Big Brown is running hard against historical odds?

In the 133 years of history of the Preakness, only 31 horses have already won the first two phases of the Triple Crown. I like Big Brown, but it seems that it is running hard against historical odds. Here is a list 31: 2004 Smarty Jones 2003 Funny Cide in 2002 War Emblem 1999 Charismatic 1998 Real Quiet 1997 Silver Charm 1989 1987 1981 1979 Sunday Silence nice Alysheba Cologne Spectacular Bid Said 1978 - (Triple Crown) 1977 to Seattle exploration - (Triple Crown) 1973 Secretariat - (Triple Crown) 1971 Majestic Prince Canonero II 1969 comes before 1968 1966 Northern Dancer 1964 Kauai King 1961 1958 Bring back Tim Tam 1948 AM - (Triple Crown) 1946 Assault - (Triple Crown) 1944 Count Fleet 1943 Pensive - (Triple Crown) 1941 Whirlaway - (Triple Crown) 1937 War Admiral - (Triple Crown) 1936 1935 Omaha bold venture - (Triple Crown) 1932 Gallant Fox 1930 King Burgoa - (Triple Crown) Sir Barton 1919 - (Triple Crown)

? Given that almost no one was going up to around 1915 (when ever lament Much of the original Derby prestige) We are 31/93, which is third. Compared with historical precedents that Big Brown looked in the Derby, is not even a small obstacle. If we were talking about the triple crown it is clear that historically high valuations, but the Derby and the Preakness twice a fairly common!

The Belmont Stakes - the third jewel of the Triple Crown Horse Racing

In both Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro and Preakness winner Bernardini 138th career Belmont Stakes, the last leg of the Triple Crown of horse racing, seems to be involved.

better perspective on the Triple Crown this year, Barbaro is recovering from a life-threatening injury suffered in the Preakness. In 131 years of history of horse racing have been 31 horses to the door with the Triple Crown on the line, but only 11 horses have managed to achieve what is perhaps the most difficult event in all sports.

As the race that can define a Triple Crown champion, the Belmont Stakes has been established that the ultimate test of championship stamina in this country. A one mile, distance is a rarity in American dirt races even if it was shortened from its original eight to five miles long. The first race in 1867, is the largest of the Triple Crown races and the fourth oldest stakes race in North America behind the issues Phoenix (Phoenix coach now Keeneland Cup) in 1831, Queen Mural (Canada) in 1860 and Travers (Saratoga) in 1864.

Open to colts and geldings 3 years carry 126 pounds and fillies carrying 121 pounds he really deserves its nickname of "Test the champion, only 3 years have the strength or stamina to maintain a winning speed for a distance. Money boutique in 1997, we have seen 6 horses enter the Belmont with the Triple Crown within reach, only to see them fall victim to this demanding career. In some cases, such as Smarty Jones in 2004, we have seen finish their careers here.

Even without a Triple Crown at stake, the Belmont is worthy of attention and his contempt for tradition, which summarizes some of his trophy, a silver cup and cover by Tiffany & Co. surmounted by a figure 1869 Silver Cup winner Fenian Belmont supported by three horses - Herod, Eclipse and Matchem, on behalf of the grandchildren of the top thoroughbred stallions initiation of three: the Byerly Turk, Darley Arabian and Godolphin Barb. The trophy was presented by the Belmont family as a perpetual award for the Belmont Stakes in 1926 and won the owner retains the trophy for one year until the next Belmont Stakes winner is crowned.

At a time where athletes inflated with steroids, horse racing and gaming addiction galloping fixed, came to represent what is great and noble athletic effort. This year, we can only applaud the Belmont winner, we wish a speedy recovery and long life to Barbaro and wait for the next year to encourage a new entrant Triple Crown.

The Triple Crown is presented as the ultimate test of greatness, and the Belmont Stakes is the jewel in its crown final.

Belmont Stakes Facts:

The stakes at Belmont has been run for the first time in 1867 for $ 2,500.00 in Jerome Race Park in New York and was originally a mile and five eighths, but also organized a mile and an eighth and a mile and three eighths before moving to a mile and a half in 1926

The first Belmont Stakes was won by a filly, ruthless received $ 1850.00, took second $ 300.00 up a chair and English race

The Belmont Stakes is known as the "Race of carnation" and was named after August Belmont to help finance Mr. Jerome Park

The first post parade "in the United States in the fifth race of the Belmont Stakes in 1871

The first Belmont Stakes was run at Belmont Park was in May 1905

Due to the adoption of an anti-game in the State New York, Belmont Park has been closed and does not run in 1911 and 1912 Belmont Stakes

Until 1921, the race took place in the direction zone in the tradition of English race

From 1963 to 1967, the Belmont was run at Aqueduct, Belmont Park while he was under reconstruction

Julie Crone became the first woman jockey to win the triple crown by winning the Belmont Stakes in 1993 aboard Colonial Case

Two men have won the Belmont as long as jockey and trainer, James Rowe and George Martin Odom

Hall of Fame jockey Bob Ussery has the particular distinction in the Belmont, finishing dead last once popular dancer in 1962, Hello 1963 and 1968 but Amicol Jade managed to break the chain placing second in the last of the fleet of shoes in 1966

In 1973, Secretariat set the record for the Belmont and the mile and a half of land that is silent, 31-length victory was the largest margin of victory in Class I issues in American history

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