Rags to Riches (left) is only the third filly to ever win the Belmont.
For the first time in over 100 years, a filly took the $1 million Belmont Stakes. Trainer Todd Pletcher's Rags to Riches and jockey John Velazquez edged past Curlin, giving Pletcher and Velazquez their first victories in a Triple Crown race. Story
Rags to Riches eyes Travers
The saga of this 3-year-old class figures to continue to be compelling after a Triple Crown season that featured a Breeders' Cup Juvenile champion winning the Derby and a filly winning the Belmont.
Asmussen: Pletcher deserves 'Riches'
Second-place in the Belmont with Curlin, trainer Steve Asmussen believes rival trainer Todd Pletcher fully deserves his first Triple Crown race win.
Cronley: Third time's still a charm
Even though the best that horse racing can give the sporting world Saturday is a Double Crown winner with Curlin, Jay can still think of a number of reasons why the third leg of the Triple Crown is always good.
Street Sense, Hard Spun sold to Darley
The breeding rights to Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense have been sold to the Darley Stud of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, trainer Carl Nafzger and owner Jim Tafel both confirmed on Saturday.
Curlin's suitors sealed deal quickly
Midnight Cry Stable paid $57,000 for Curlin at Keeneland's 2005 September yearling sale. The day after the colt's first race, it was clear he was worth much more.