Albany, NY (Sports Network) - Smarty Jones jockey Stewart Elliott was fined for the second time in two weeks for false statements on a racing application. The New York State Racing and Wagering Board fined Elliott $500 for "making false statements in relation to his license application." Details of the infraction were not released, but Elliott will still be aboard Smarty Jones on June 5 in the Belmont Stakes when the three-year-old thoroughbred will try to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978. Just two weeks ago, after Smarty Jones captured the Kentucky Derby, Elliott was fined $1,000 by the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority for submitting an inaccurate application to ride at Churchill Downs. It was determined that Elliott was guilty of "falsification, misrepresentation or omission of required information in a license application to the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority." Three years ago, Elliott pleaded guilty to assault in a fight with a friend. One of the questions on the application form asked if the applicant had been arrested, indicted or convicted, or pleaded guilty to any criminal offense in the past 10 years, to which Elliott checked "no."