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Affirmed, (1978) right, ridden by Steve Cauthen, and Alydar, with Jorge Velasquez up, are in the final turn in the 1978 Belmont Stakes. The two horses are engaged in another of their patented stretch duels. Affirmed won this race, and captured the third jewel in racing's coveted triple crown. (The New York Times Photo Archives)

Secretariat (1973) and jockey, Ron Turcotte, pose in the winner's circle after winning the 1973 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., on May 5, 1973. Secretariat won the 99th Run for the Roses in a record 1:59 2/5, becoming the first horse to complete the 1 1/4-mile course for the Kentucky Derby in less than two minutes. Holding on at left is groom Ed Sweet. (AP Photo)

Seattle Slew (1977) with, Jockey Jean Cruguet, wins the 1977 Belmont Stakes and the triple crown in Elmont, N.Y., in this June 13, 1977 photo.

Citation (1948) ridden by Eddie Arcado, races home an easy winner in the $100,000 added Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park race track in Elmont, N.Y. in this June 12, 1948 photo. Citation won the triple crown in 1948.

Assault (1946) far left, thunders down to the finish line to win the 72nd Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., in this May 4, 1946 photo. Assault won the triple crown in 1946.

Count Fleet (1943) is shown with Jockey, Johnny Longden, in Elmont, N.Y., in this May 22, 1943 photo, after winning the Belmont Stakes and the triple crown.

Whirlaway (1941) is draped with the floral tribute in the winner's circle at Belmont Park, N.Y., in this June 7, 1941 photo, after winning the Belmont Stakes race of the Triple Crown with jockey Eddie Arcaro. Trainer Ben Jones holds the bridle.

War Admiral (1937) wins the Kentucky Derby two lengths ahead of his challenger, Pompoon, at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., in this May 9, 1937 photo. War Admiral won the triple crown in 1937.

Omaha (1935) with jockey, Willie Saunders, is shown after winning the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, in this May 11, 1935 photo. Omaha won horse racing's triple crown in 1935.

Gallant Fox (1930) with jockey, Earl Sande up, wears the roses after winning the 1930 Kentucky Derby. Gallant Fox won the triple crown in 1930.

Sir Barton (1919) The first triple crown winner, Sir Barton ridden by Johnny Loftus.