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Your Guide to the 151st Belmont Stakes

Reserve your place among the champions of racing and get ready to play big at the 151st Belmont Stakes

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Reserve your place in history on June 6-8 at the 2019 Belmont Stakes Racing Festival. Roam the grounds and view the races from the Apron with a general admission ticket, available for purchase here.


The third jewel of racing’s Triple Crown, the Belmont Stakes is contested at Belmont Park at a distance of 1 ½ miles (12 furlongs) on the dirt. This race is also referred to as the  “Test of the Champion” and is run three weeks after the Preakness.


The Belmont has crowned 12 Triple Crown victors to date, including 2015 winner American Pharoah, while 21 others have fallen short at Belmont after winning the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, most recently California Chrome in 2014. Trainer James G. Rowe, Sr. has eight wins in the race, while owners Belair Stud and James R. Keene and jockeys Jim McLaughlin and Eddie Arcaro all have six wins apiece.


Check out more on this upcoming event here and make sure to visit Discover Long Island for a full race day itinerary. Discover Long Island is your Belmont guide on how to get to the race, where to stay and what to do in and around the area during the event. For more information visit: