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Tiz the Law wins the 2020 Belmont Stakes, first New York-bred horse to win since 1882

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Tiz the Law wins the 2020 Belmont Stakes, first New York-bred horse to win since 1882In an unusual edition of the Belmont Stakes, the favorite, Tiz the Law, surged past a weaker-than-usual field to win the 152nd edition.
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News video: Thoroughbred Daily News Associate Editor Joe Bianca On The Belmont Stakes, Tiz The Law's Triple Crown Chances

Thoroughbred Daily News Associate Editor Joe Bianca On The Belmont Stakes, Tiz The Law's Triple Crown Chances 03:17

CBS2's Steve Overmyer talked to Joe Bianca, the associate editor of The Thoroughbred Daily News, about this year's unusual Belmont Stakes, Tiz The Law, the Triple Crown and more.

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