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1935 Belmont Stakes

67th Belmont Stakes
Belmont Stakes
LocationBelmont Park
Elmont, New York, U.S.
DateJune 8, 1935
Distance1 12 mi (12 furlongs; 2,414 m)
Winning horseOmaha
Winning time2:30 ​35
JockeyWillie "Smokey" Saunders
TrainerJim Fitzsimmons
OwnerBelair Stud
ConditionsGood
SurfaceDirt
← 1934
1936 →

The 1935 Belmont Stakes was the 67th running of the Belmont Stakes. It was the 29th Belmont Stakes held at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York and was held on June 8, 1935. With a field of five horses, Omaha, the winner of that year's Preakness Stakes and Kentucky Derby won the 1 ​12–mile race (12 f; 2.4 km) by 1 ​12 lengths over Firethorn.[1]

Win the win, Omaha became the third Triple Crown champion.

Results

Finish PP Horse Jockey Trainer Owner Final odds Stakes
1 3 Omaha Willie Saunders Jim Fitzsimmons Belair Stud Stable 7–10 $66,040
2 2 Firethorn Raymond Workman Preston M. Burch Walter M. Jeffords Sr. 6–1 $7,500
3 5 Rosemont Wayne D. Wright Richard E. Handlen Foxcatcher Farm Stable 13–5 $3,000
4 1 Cold Shoulder Sam Renick Joseph H. Stotler Alfred G. Vanderbilt II 10–1 $1,000
5 4 Sir Beverley Tommy Malley Jim Fitzsimmons Belair Stud Stable 7–10 $1,000

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