Belmont Park

YESTERDAY May 06, 2015
One week after winning his fourth Kentucky Derby, trainer Bob Baffert will try for the biggest race run for 3-year-olds this week when he starts Wolf Man Rocket in the Grade 2, $200,000 Peter Pan Stakes.
Hardest Core, upset winner of last year’s Grade 1 Arlington Million, will make his seasonal debut in Saturday’s Grade 1, $400,000 Man o’ War Stakes at Belmont Park.
Trainer Chad Brown appears to have a solid one-two punch in Friday’s $85,000 third-level allowance feature at Belmont Park.
The New York Racing Association will cap the attendance to this year’s Belmont Stakes at 90,000, in part to avoid overcrowding and other logistical problems that were incurred at last year’s event.
Dave Litfin's horses to watch at Belmont Park for the week of May 6.
May 05, 2015
An interesting Thursday program begins with the first 2-year-old maiden dash at Belmont’s spring-summer meet, followed by a trio of $77,000 allowance or optional-claiming races with preliminary conditions.
May 04, 2015
Tonalist, a convincing winner of the Grade 3 Westchester Stakes on Saturday at Belmont Park, and Honor Code, a disappointing fifth in the Grade 2 Alysheba Stakes on Friday at Churchill Downs, are both being pointed to the Grade 1, $1.25 million ...
Palace Malice, last year’s Met Mile winner who was scratched from Saturday’s Westchester due to a foot issue, was back on the track Monday morning at Belmont Park and could have a workout Tuesday morning, trainer Todd Pletcher said.
El Kabeir, the three-time graded stakes winner who was scratched from Saturday’s Kentucky Derby due to a foot issue, will be freshened and pointed to a summer campaign, trainer John Terranova said Monday.
Trainer Mark Casse plans to invade New York full throttle later this summer. Perhaps he’ll get a line on how things will go when he brings horses to Belmont Park for two of Saturday’s four graded stakes.