1) Two men have both ridden and trained Belmont Stakes winners. One was James Rowe Sr., who rode winners Joe Daniels (1872) and Springbok (1873) and trained winners George Kinney (1883), Panique (1884), Commando (1901), Delhi (1904), Colin (1908), Sweep (1910) and Prince Eugene (1913). Who was the other, and with what horses did he accomplish the feat?
2) In his last start prior to the Belmont Stakes, this Belmont winner could have been claimed for US$4,000 but found no takers. Who was he?
3) What horse was the last Belmont Stakes winner to be campaigned by a member of the Belmont family?
4) This unfortunate winner of the Belmont Stakes made his last start in a US$600 claiming race and was incapable of finishing in the money even in that. Who was he?
5) Named for a species of goose, this Belmont-winning champion had an odd splash of gray on his barrel. While it had no effect on his racing performance, the strange marking may have caused a possible sale of the horse to fall through. Who was he?