NEW YORK - There will be no more comebacks for Richard Migliore.

Migliore, known for overcoming terrible injuries as much as for his skill as a jockey, retired on Wednesday after a 30-year career.

Migliore made the announcement at a press conference before the post position draw for the Belmont Stakes on Saturday.

The 46-year-old Migliore broke his neck for a second time in a spill at Aqueduct on Jan. 23. He underwent fusion surgery and had hoped to resume riding. Doctors told him last week that another return was not possible.

Although he never won a Triple Crown race, "The Mig" rode 4,450 winners. His mounts earned over $160 million and he won 10 riding titles at Aqueduct.