Sir Barton (1919)
Career record: 31-13-6-5, $116,857
Post-Triple Crown record: 21 starts, nine wins. Defeated Exterminator in 1920 Saratoga Handicap, lost to Man o' War in match race that October.
First start after Belmont: Finished second to Purchase in the Dwyer Stakes on July 10, 1919.
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Final career race: Finished second in Fall Serial at Pimlico on Nov. 10, 1920.
Gallant Fox (1930)
Career record: 17-11-3-2, $328,165
Post-Triple Crown record: Six starts, five wins. Lone loss during that time was his upset defeat at the hands of long shot Jim Dandy in 1930 Travers.
First start after Belmont: Won the Dwyer Stakes on June 28, 1930.
Final career race: Won Jockey Club Gold Cup at Belmont Park on Sept. 17, 1930.
Career record: 22-9-7-2, $154,755
Post-Triple Crown record: Seven starts, four wins. Made his final four starts in England including a win in the Queen's Plate at Kempton on May 30, 1936
First start after Belmont: Finished third to Discovery in the Brooklyn Handicap on June 22, 1935.
Final career race: Finished second in Princess of Wales' Stakes at Newmarket on July 2, 1936.
War Admiral (1937)
Career record: 26-21-3-1, $273,240.
Post-Triple Crown record: 15 starts, 13 wins. One of his only two losses after the Belmont came when he faced Seabiscuit in their famed Pimlico Special match race in November of 1938.
First start after Belmont: Won an allowance race at Laurel Park on Oct. 26, 1937.
Final career race: Won an allowance race at Hialeah on Feb. 18, 1939.
Career record: 60-32-15-9, $561,161.
Post-Triple Crown record: 33 starts, 18 wins. Scored victories in the Travers, Clark Handicap, Jockey Club Gold Cup and had a walkover in the 1942 Pimlico Special. Only time he was worst than third in his final 33 starts was when he ran fifth in his final career start.
First start after Belmont: Won Dwyer Stakes on June 21, 1941.
Final career race: Finished fifth in the Equipoise Mile Handicap at Washington Park on June 26, 1943.
Count Fleet (1943)
Career record: 21-16-4-1, $250,300.
Post-Triple Crown record: Count Fleet was injured during his 25-length romp in the Belmont Stakes and was retired after his Triple Crown sweep. He is the only Triple Crown winner to never race again after the Belmont.Assault (1946)
Career record: 42-18-6-7, $675,470.
Post-Triple Crown record: 27 starts, 11 wins. Endured a six-race losing skid in the second half of his 3-year-old year before beating rival and fellow future Hall of Famer Stymie in the 1946 Pimlico Special.
First start after Belmont: Won Dwyer Stakes on June 15, 1946.
Final career race: Finished seventh to Noor in the Hollywood Gold Cup on Dec. 9, 1950.
Career record: 45-32-10-2, $1,085,760.
Post-Triple Crown record: 25 starts, 14 wins. Carried a 16-race win streak into the early stages of his campaign in 1950 having knocked off victories in the Jockey Club Gold Cup and Pimlico Special.
First start after Belmont: Won Stars & Stripes Handicap at Arlington Park on July 5, 1948.
Final career race: Won Hollywood Gold Cup on July 14, 1951.
Career record: 21-16-3-1, $1,316,808.
Post-Triple Crown record: Six starts, four wins. Made his last two starts on turf, winning the Grade I Man o' War and Grade II Canadian International en route to being named champion turf horse for 1973 along with Horse of the Year and champion 3-year-old male.
First start after Belmont: Won the Arlington Invitational at Arlington Park on June 30, 1973.
Final career race: Won Canadian International at Woodbine on Oct. 28, 1973.
Seattle Slew (1977)
Career record: 17-14-2-0, $1,208,726.
Post-Triple Crown record: Eight starts, five wins. In the first meeting between two Triple Crown winners, he defeated 1978 winner Affirmed in that year's Grade I Marlboro Cup at Belmont Park.
First start after Belmont: Finished fourth in the Grade I Swaps Stakes at Hollywood Park on July 3, 1977.
Final career race: Won Grade III Stuyvesant Handicap on Nov. 11, 1978.
Career record: 29-22-5-1, $2,393,818.
Post-Triple Crown record: 13 starts, eight wins. Was disqualified and placed second behind Alydar in the 1978 Travers, the final of 10 meetings between the two rivals with Affirmed winning seven of those battles. Finished behind 1977 Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew in the 1978 Marlboro Cup and Jockey Club Gold Cup but defeated Spectacular Bid in the 1979 Grade I Jockey Club Gold Cup.
First start after Belmont: Won Grade III Jim Dandy Stakes on Aug. 8, 1978 at Saratoga.
Final career race: Won Grade I Jockey Club Gold Cup on Oct. 6, 1979 at Belmont Park.
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