|Breeder||Alfred H. Cosden|
|Owner||Alfred H. Cosden|
Grand Union Hotel Stakes (1927)|
Belmont Stakes (1928)
Vito (foaled 1925 in Kentucky) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning the 1928 Belmont Stakes, the third and oldest leg of the U.S. Triple Crown series. Bred and raced by Alfred H. Cosden, he was sired by Negofol, a French colt owned by American William K. Vanderbilt, who won the 1909 French Derby. His dam was Forever, a daughter of two-time American Champion Older Male Horse Ballot.