Doc’s Sports provides answers to popular questions involving the 2012 Belmont Stakes, including ‘What Time is the Belmont Stakes” along with dates, TV schedule and historical information. Also, Doc’s offers first-time members a special free picks offer for expert Belmont Stakes handicapping predictions.
What is the Date and Time of the 2012 Belmont Stakes?
The 2012 Belmont Stakes will take place on Saturday, June 9, 2012
What TV Channel can the Belmont Stakes be found on?
NBC will televise the race live with coverage beginning at 4 p.m. eastern on June, 9, 2012. Post time for the race is tentatively set for 6:30 pm. Pre and post-race coverage can be found on TVG and HRTV via satellite or digital cable.
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Where is the Belmont Stakes run at?
The Belmont Stakes is run annually at Belmont Park in Elmont, NY (just outside of New York City).
Can I purchase tickets to attend the race in person?
Yes, by visiting the homepage of the Belmont Stakes. Generally grandstand tickets can be bought the day of at the track.
How long has the Belmont Stakes been run?
The Belmont Stakes is the oldest of the three Triple Crown races, first held in 1866. This year will mark the 144th running of the Belmont Stakes.
How long is the Belmont Stakes?
The Belmont Stakes is the longest of the Triple Crown Races at 1.5 miles.
Who holds the record for the fastest time in the Belmont Stakes?
1973 – Secretariat with a time of 2:24.00. This is one of the most famous horses of all-time and this 1973 race was the most remembered horse race ever, as he blew away the field winning by 31 lengths.
Who won the 2011 Belmont Stakes?
Ruler on Ice won the 2011 Belmont Stakes. This was a long shot as he paid $51.50 for a $2 win bet.
Where can I find a list of Belmont Stakes Winners?
Doc’s Sports publishes a list of Belmont Stakes Winners.
What will the 2012 Belmont Stakes feature?
All eyes will be on I’ll Have Another, as he goes for the Triple Crown. I’ll Have Another edged out Bodemeister in the Preakness Stakes to set up this historic event, as he attempts to become the first Triple Crown winner since 1978 (Affirmed). Bodemeister will not race in the 2012 Belmont Stakes but I’ll Have Another should be challenged by Kentucky Derby entries Union Rags and Dullahan.
Where can I find information about the horses in the 2012 Belmont Stakes?
Doc’s Sports is the place for the latest information about the 2012 Belmont Stakes, as we have a section directly devoted to the 2012 Belmont Stakes featuring daily articles.
Where can I bet on the 2012 Belmont Stakes?
You can bet the race at Belmont Park, off-track betting sites across the country (most horse and dog tracks offer Belmont Stakes simulcasting), or offshore at one of our recommended sports books.
Where can I find results and payout from the 2012 Belmont Stakes?
Doc’s Sports publishes the results and payouts right after the race (click here)
Where can I find expert selections on the 2012 Belmont Stakes?
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