2012 Belmont Stakes: Post Positions Revealed, I'll Have Another Draws 11th

It's been since 1978 since a Triple Crown winner has surfaced in the world of horse racing. But the wait could finally be over as I'll Have Another sits just one victory away from claiming the elusive title of triple crown winner. But with the post positions recently revealed, the favorite finds itself in a place few horses would want to start as they try to make history, far away from the rail.

Drawing the 11th post position, I'll Have Another will have an uphill battle to take the triple crown, while Street Life has drawn the rail. Fellow favorite Dullihan sits in the No. 5 post position.

Below is the complete list of the post positions for the 2012 Belmont Stakes:

  1. Street Life
  2. Unstoppable U
  3. Union Rags
  4. Atigun
  5. Dullahan
  6. Ravelo's Boy
  7. Five Sixteen
  8. Guyana Star Dweej
  9. Paynter
  10. Optimizer
  11. I'll Have Another
  12. My Adonis

For more in depth discussion, analysis, and predictions for the Belmont Stakes and all of horse racing in general, make sure to check out SB Nation's hopelessly devouted horse racing blog entitle And Down The Stretch They Come.

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