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Drosselmeyer wins the 2010 Belmont Stakes

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Horse

Win

Place

Show

7-Drosselmeyer

$28.00

$11.60

$7.70

5-Fly Down

$6.80

$5.10

11-First Dude

$4.90

Bet

Combinations

Payout

$1.00 Exacta

7-5

$72.25

$1.00 Trifecta

7-5-11

$383.00

$0.10 Superfecta

7-5-11-8

$532.90

$1.00 Double

4-7

$298.00

$1.00 Pick-3

12/4/7 3 of 3

$18,053.50

$1.00 Pick-4

3/12/4/7 4 of 4

$83,528.00

Pick-6

Carryover

$930,495.44

$2.00 Pick-6

5/5/3/12/4/7 5 of 6

$3,180.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fractions: 24.15, 49.19, 1:14.94, 1:40.25, 2:04.97, 2:31.57

2010 Belmont Results (Full Card)

I'll have a full re-cap of the Belmont tomorrow, along with a review of the entire Triple Crown season in the next day or so. For now, I think it's safe to say that this crop of three year olds didn't set the world on fire this spring.

The final furlongs of today's Belmont looked a lot like 80% of this year's Derby preps: five horses all within a couple of lengths of one another. At no point this spring did we see a horse separate himself from the rest of the group, with the exception of Eskendereya, who ended up injured and retired before anyone could finish their mint julep.  Even the three winners of the Triple Crown races seem to only be slightly better than the rest of the group. Would anyone be shocked if none of them won the Haskell or the Travers (should they point in that direction)? I wouldn't.