Palace Malice overtakes Oxbow to capture Belmont Stakes

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Palace Malice overtakes Oxbow to capture Belmont Stakes

Palace Malice upsets the Preakness and Derby winner and takes the last leg of the 2013 Triple Crown.

NEW YORK — The two Hall of Fame jockeys were just about nose to nose as their horses hit the middle of the final turn of the Belmont Stakes. Gary Stevens, aboard Preakness winner Oxbow, was going to relinquish the lead

Palace Malice made his move at the right time to win the 2013 Belmont Stakes.

Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin won the 2006 Belmont with another horse (Jazil) who had not won a stakes before but was truly bred for 12 furlongs. Why he can't: How is losing by 15 lengths sneaky good? He's simply not as fast as others. Jazil didn't have

On Saturday, leading a heretofore hard-luck colt named Palace Malice by the shank into the sun-splashed winner's circle of the 145th Belmont Stakes, Campbell, a spry 85, was reminded again that you could do well by doing good. Wrapping his arm around

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