1) Name the members of the only three-generation chain of Belmont Stakes winners in American racing history.
2) For 26 years, these two Belmont Stakes winners were pasture buddies with adjoining stallion paddocks, racing each other up and down their shared fence line and keeping one another company. Incidentally, both lived past the age of 30, ranking them among the oldest Belmont winners. Name them.
3) This Belmont Stakes winner completed a rare double for his dam, as his full sister won the Belmont's filly counterpart, the Coaching Club American Oaks. Adding to the luster of this brother-sister duo, both were the champions of their divisions at 3. Name this classy pair.
4) This Belmont Stakes winner was a horse of unquestioned courage on the track, yet had the nervous habit of chewing at his own hooves in his stall, much as a nervous human will chew his own fingernails. Name him.
5) This Belmont Stakes winner was the first winner of an American Triple Crown race to have his victory aired on national television. Who was he, and which television station aired the race?