But the calendar, and even the locations of the races, were more fluid in earlier years. The Preakness was run on the same day as the Derby twice, in 1917 and 1922, and in New York, on the same card as the Belmont, in 1890. In others years, it was run before the Derby or after the Belmont. When Gallant Fox became the second Triple Crown winner in 1930, for example, he kicked off his achievement at Pimlico, not Churchill Downs. The order of the races was not set until 1931 and the five-week span for the Triple Crown series not established until 1969.