The Belmont champion will train for seven weeks up to the jewel of the Saratoga meet on Aug. 8, then go for the second leg of this year's Triple Crown at Churchill Downs on Sept. 5.
Trainer Tagg learns from miss with Funny Cide in 2003 to win Belmont
Tiz the Law gives longtime trainer, 82, his first victory in the Belmont Stakes, and this time, he did not overwork his charge leading into the big race.
Gamine romps to massive win in Longines Acorn
The Bob Baffert-trained filly, breaking from the rail, won the Grade 1 $300,000 Longines Acorn by 18 3/4 lengths in a race-record 1:32.55 over one mile on the main track.
Tiz the Law pulls away to win Belmont Stakes
The Belmont Stakes marked the first major sporting event in New York since the COVID-19 pandemic essentially shut down the sports world in March.
Gross: Wonderful race, but Belmont comes with an asterisk
It was great just having the first major sporting event in New York since the shutdown because of COVID-19.
NBC focuses on New York for Belmont Stakes narrative
"It's one of the great New York sports days, and man, does New York deserve one," said host Mike Tirico.
Photos: 2020 Belmont Stakes
Scenes from the 2020 Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 20, 2020 at Belmont Park in Elmont. ...
NYRA race-caller Imbriale makes Triple Crown debut at Belmont Stakes
All the while dealing with unusual circumstances because of pandemic.
Belmont Stakes returns for 2020 with no fans
The Belmont Stakes is back, but this year without any fans due to COVID-19. Newsday's Andrew Gross shows us what this year's race looks like from the empty stands.
The Belmont Stakes arrives, just not the one you're used to
The race is shorter, it's the first leg of the Triple Crown and it lacks the major stars of the sport.
2020 Belmont Stakes horse-by-horse analysis
The race has been reduced to 1 1/8 miles because of the pandemic and is the first leg of this year's Triple Crown.