ORLANDO, Florida – The winner of this year’s Belmont Stakes, Tiz The Law, has been found safe and sound.
The fabulous racehorse was found by a high-profile private investigator who deals in equestrian matters, as well as in clandestine operations concerning circus clowns.
The horse racing media was informed that, after an extensive search that covered 27 of the 50 states, Tiz The Law, was finally found at Disney World in Orlando.
It appears that he was being used by the security department at the amusement park.
When the Belmont Stakes winner was first spotted, he still had his racing number on his saddle.
The P.I. immediately asked the female security guard, who was dressed as Disney character Madam Josefina De La Tierra, where she had gotten the horse.
She replied that the park had purchased it from a horse dealer from Clonakilty, Ireland.
She said the horse dealer told them his name was “Blarney”.
After the P.I. showed the park's director a video of Tiz The Law winning the Belmont States, and a copy of his DNA, the horse was immediately surrendered.
So, now, Tiz The Law will start preparing to run in the Kentucky Derby.