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Belmont Stakes schedule 2019

Belmont Stakes has 2 events on the 2019 schedule, with tickets available for all events. The last event on the schedule is 6/8/19 at Belmont Park Racetrack in Elmont.

Belmont Stakes's next event

The next Belmont Stakes event is 6/7/19 at Belmont Park Racetrack, Elmont at 11:00 AM local time. There are 235 tickets available for this event.

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Belmont Stakes Tickets Information

The Belmont Stakes is the third and final leg of the American Triple Crown of Horseracing. It is one of the oldest sporting events in the world, being first held in 1867. The Belmont Stakes is held over a 1.5-mile long track, making it the longest of the three Triple Crown races. The length of the Belmont Stakes has proven to be a pivotal obstacle for Triple Crown hopefuls to overcome, with horses such as California Chrome, Big Brown, Smarty Jones, Funny Cide and War Emblem all failing to bring home the Triple Crown because of defeats at the Belmont Stakes.

Belmont Park is located in Elmont, New York, and carries the nicknames "The Test of the Champion" and "The Run for the Carnations". Every year, the Belmont Stakes is run about five weeks after the Kentucky Derby and is one of the most attended horse races in the world. Belmont Staes ticket prices are often affected by the results of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, with ticket prices rising when a horse has the possibility of clinching a Triple Crown at the Belmont Stakes.

The Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park

The Belmont Stakes, an American Grade I stakes horse race, is held each year in Elmont, New York, at Belmont Park. What makes this a very unique event is that it’s the third race in the Triple Crown trio, after the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes. Each June, the Belmont Stakes is open to three-year-old thoroughbred colts, geldings and fillies, although only three fillies have ever won the event. Originally held in Bronx, New York, the Stakes was inaugurated in 1867.

Also known as the “Run for the Carnations” – in respect to the blanket of white flowers traditionally hung on the winner’s neck – the Belmont Stakes provides all the pageantry and tradition of the Preakness and the Derby, but the additional excitement of possibly seeing the rare Triple Crown winner. That feat has only been accomplished eleven times, most recently in 2015. This, along with the fact that the course is 1.5 miles, contributes to the other nickname, "The Test of the Champion". Upon winning the Belmont Stakes, the winner receives a silver cup that represents each of the three founding breeds of thoroughbred racing.

Belmont Stakes Parking

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Last updated: Oct 5 2018

What is the parking situation at Belmont Park?

Parking is available for purchase on the day of the event, but not prior. There is no overnight RV parking and no valet parking. There are shuttles available before and after the races as well as railroad travel.

What time do the gates at Belmont Park open?

The gates at Belmont Park open at 8:30 a.m. EST for the day.

Do general admission tickets come with seating?

No, general admission tickets (clubhouse and grandstand) do not come with reserved seating. You must purchase reserved seating separately.

How can I see the races better? Should I bring my own binoculars?

Bringing binoculars is a great idea, but you are also able to check them out at the event for a $2 fee.

Is there a dress code at Belmont Park?

Specific areas of the venue have particular dress codes. Generally, elegant attire is recommended at Belmont Park. In the box area, Belmont Room, executive box, turf and field club, executive offices and Marquee I and II, gentlemen are required to wear suits or sport coats, and ties are required. No shorts, t-shirts, jeans or abbreviated wear is permitted. In the grandstands, the only dress code is that shirts and shoes are required at all times. When in doubt, just dress nicely.

What else is available to me at the facilities?

Once you’re at Belmont Park, you can dine at many different cafes and shop for souvenirs at the gift shop. Lunch is available from noon until 3:30 p.m. and beverage services are available until 6:00 p.m. You must purchase tickets to a specific dining area and will not be admitted without the ticket.