Updated on 06/11/2013 9:58AM

2013 Belmont Stakes Day Results and Replays


Results and recap articles for the 2013 Belmont Stakes card at Belmont.

Belmont Stakes

# Horse Jockey Win Place Show
Palace Malice M. Smith $29.60 $11.20 $6.70
Oxbow G. Stevens   $9.90 $6.10
Orb J. Rosario     $3.90
Winning Trainer: T. Pletcher Owner: Dogwood Stable
$2 Exacta (12-7) Paid $323.50
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Palace Malice puts away Preakness winner Oxbow

Palace Malice, who set a surprisingly suicidal pace when equipped with blinkers for the first time in the Kentucky Derby, ran the race his trainer Todd Pletcher has believed he was capable of since the beginning of his 3-year-old campaign when defeating Preakness winner Oxbow and Kentucky Derby winner Orb in Saturday’s $1 million Belmont Stakes. Recap »

Manhattan Handicap

# Horse Jockey Win Place Show
Point of Entry J. Velazquez $3.10 $2.50 $2.10
Optimizer J. Rosario   $3.90 $3.40
Real Solution J. Leparoux     $4.10
Winning Trainer: C. McGaughey III Owner: Phipps Stable
$2 Exacta (1-5) Paid $11.00
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Point of Entry shows class in Manhattan

Showing courage under fire despite less than optimal circumstances, Point of Entry fought his way to victory in Saturday’s Grade 1, $500,000 Manhattan Handicap at Belmont Park. Recap »

Woody Stephens Stakes

# Horse Jockey Win Place Show
Forty Tales J. Rosario $19.80 $8.50 $5.40
Declan's Warrior J. Lezcano   $6.10 $3.90
Clearly Now L. Saez     $4.10
Winning Trainer: T. Pletcher Owner: Peretti Racing Stable, LLC
$2 Exacta (7-1) Paid $97.00
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Forty Tales rallies to win Wood Stephens

Forty Tales ($19.80) got a nifty inside-out ride from Joel Rosario and was along late to win the Grade 2, $400,000 Woody Stephens by three-quarters of a length. Recap »

Just A Game Stakes

# Horse Jockey Win Place Show
Stephanie's Kitten J. Velazquez $8.00 $5.20 $3.00
Better Lucky J. Rosario   $9.60 $4.70
Hungry Island G. Gomez     $3.50
Winning Trainer: W. Catalano Owner: K. & S. Ramsey
$2 Exacta (2-7) Paid $69.50
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Stephanie's Kitten's ground-saving trip the difference in Just a Game

Ground saved versus ground lost made all the difference as Stephanie's Kitten outgamed Better Lucky to win the Grade 1, $500,000 Just a Game Stakes Saturday at Belmont Park. Recap »

True North Handicap

# Horse Jockey Win Place Show
Fast Bullet J. Rosario $3.60 $3.40 $2.30
Justin Phillip J. Velazquez $3.60 $3.40 $2.30
Laurie's Rocket G. Stevens     $3.80
Winning Trainer: B. Baffert Owner: Zayat Stables LLC
$2 Exacta (1-2) Paid $23.60
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Fast Bullet wires True North rivals in comeback; Zayat runners finish one-two

Fast Bullet made a sensational return to the races Saturday, taking the lead soon after the start and rolling to a 2 1/2-length victory over stablemate Justin Phillip in the Grade 2, $400,000 True North Handicap at Belmont Park. Recap »

Easy Goer Stakes

# Horse Jockey Win Place Show
Power Broker R. Napravnik $4.70 $3.50 $2.20
Micromanage J. Castellano   $9.00 $5.00
Irsaal R. Napravnik     $3.40
Winning Trainer: B. Baffert Owner: G. & M. West
$2 Exacta (2-7) Paid $48.80
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Power Broker bounds home to win Easy Goer

It has taken Power Broker a long time to get back to the Grade 1 form he displayed as a 2-year-old, but it does indeed appear as though he has found it. Recap »


Williams Contin More than 1 year ago
everybody talking about too much medication big dealso what if the need it what you going to do ?? stop that ridiculus way of talking I know for sure you don't know about medication so let the trainer and doctors do what they got to do...
James G Romano More than 1 year ago
Easy Goer stakes,,Rosie Napravnik rode TWO horses simultaneously??? Power Broker AND Irsaal ? WOW,,WHO`S YOUR COPY EDITOR ??Some kind of a woman,ain`t she ??Pleeeze,how can you guys miss THAT? RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOUR bored eyes!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wrong, in any year some Horses stand out and some don't, every year is a good crop, some years we are luck to get 2 to 5 great 3 year old but not many for the Triple Crown adventure
MD23 More than 1 year ago
I don't mean to sound like a jerk, but everybody tricked themselves. We were all saying how wide open the Kentucky Derby was, how there were many horses that could win. When Orb won like he did, immediatly people went off about how this would be the year a Triple Crown was won. Then, both Oxbow and Palace Malice won and people are saying Orb isn't that good and that this is a weak crop. Wouldn't it make more sense if somebody won two or at some point all three races and people would say THEN it's a weak crop? That if only a couple horses could win, the others must not be that good compared to the winners? It's definately not the strongest crop we've seen, but everyone hopes that each year there there will be a horse like Big Brown (with exception of the Belmont), Barbaro, Smarty Jones or Afleet Alex. In reality, t's hard for that type of horse to come around. And when it doesn't happen people immediatly assume the crop is weak. Last year's was better, but I wouldn't necesarilly call this crop "weak." Orb and Oxbow are very talented horses. Gary Stevens even said that Oxbow was one of the best colts he's ever sat on, which should say something. It appears that Palace Malice is finding his best stride now. It's not that the crop's weak; it's that nobody was as flashy as super stars like the ones I mentioned earlier, or horses like Bodemeister or I'll Have Another. I think that there are a few horses that will come back to do some damage later in the year and hopefully their owners let them come back another year and are good four year olds.
Robert More than 1 year ago
Jordan More than 1 year ago
Seems like Stevens has always said that whatever horse he is currently riding is one of the best in his career. Like Oxbow really compares with Point Given and Silver Charm.
Lise McLain More than 1 year ago
Hi! Well, that is too bad that one of Todd Pletcher's horses won the Belmont. I have to wonder what medication and how much medication this horse was on since Mr. Pletcher has a history of medicating his horses? I don't bet on his horses. Thank you! Lise from Maine
James G Romano More than 1 year ago
he shoots `em with Maine maple syrup,,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The fact that Palace Malice was still eligible for an "a other than", never having won anything but a maiden race, proves how mediocre this crop of 3-year-olds is. None of the contestants in this year's Belmont is any great shakes.
Ann Maree More than 1 year ago
And your opinion has credibility because......!!
Jordan More than 1 year ago
Because he's right.
Jennifer More than 1 year ago
Well I have to agree with you on that statement none of them had excuses this time and they went fast early and crawled home so ORB is not a super horse. I am done to the breeders cup the undercard had some good racing with decent payoffs so I survived the day but took a beating on the Belmont. looking forward to seeing the two year olds run later in the year so I can get ready for next year. I still would love to see them move the second leg of triple crown to gulfstream or oaklawn because pimlico is terrible
rvraynmary More than 1 year ago
won't happen until pimilico is torn down. Thoroughbred rulers are more conservative than the Tea Party.