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2010 Belmont Stakes

The 2010 Belmont Stakes was the 142nd running of the Belmont Stakes. The race took place on June 5, 2010, and was televised in the United States on the ABC television network. The race was won by Drosselmeyer, who was ridden by jockey Mike Smith and trained by Bill Mott. As the final jewel in the United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, the race was run without the elusive championship at stake due to 2010 Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver's loss in the Preakness Stakes. Both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winners did not run in the race.


The Field

Finish[1] Post Horse name Trainer Jockey Opening Odds
1 7 Drosselmeyer Bill Mott Mike Smith 12-1
2 5 Fly Down Nick Zito John Velazquez 9-2
3 11 First Dude Dale Romans Ramon Dominguez 7-2
4 8 Game On Dude Bob Baffert Martin Garcia 10-1
5 10 Stay Put Steve Margolis Jamie Theriot 20-1
6 12 Interactif Todd Pletcher Javier Castellano 12-1
7 9 Stately Victor Mike Maker Alan Garcia 15-1
8 6 Ice Box Nick Zito Jose Lezcano 3-1
9 4 Make Music For Me Alexis Barba Joel Rosario 10-1
10 1 Dave in Dixie John Sadler Calvin Borel 20-1
11 2 Spangled Star Rick Dutrow Garrett Gomez 30-1
D 3 Uptowncharlybrown Kiaran McLaughlin Rajiv Maragh 10-1


$2 prices:[2]

Post Horse Win Place Show







Fly Down




First Dude


See also

  • Kentucky Derby 2010 Prep Schedule


External links


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