Everyone’s favorite horse, California Chrome, finished fifth in the Belmont Stakes Saturday, leaving fans upset and confused.

This makes 2014 year 37 in the streak of no Triple Crown winners, and no one is more upset over it than Chrome’s owner, Steve Coburn. Coburn argued that all horses racing at the Belmont should also be required to have also reached at the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, otherwise this presents an unfair advantage to the horses with fresh legs. Tonalist, this years Belmont winter, was not at the Derby 502 Bad Gateway

502 Bad Gateway


Of course, Twitter had much to say about everything.

New crews were all over the outcome.

We’re about to find out.


It’s always good to look on the bright side.

Which usually involves making jokes.

But not everyone sees it that way.



Lucky enough for California Chrome, he has no idea what just happened.



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