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Longshot Palace Malice and jockey Mike Smith rode to victory in the 145th Belmont Stakes Saturday in Belmont Park.

Owned by Cot Campbell’s Dogwood Stable, Palace Malice was victorious with 3 ¼ of a length, beating Preakness winner Oxbow and Kentucky Derby winner and 2-1 favorite Orb in the 1 ½-mile “Test of the Champion.”

Palace Malice, whose odds of winning were 13-1 at the start, returned $29.60 for a $2 win bet, and earned $600,000 for Dogwood Stable and its 85-year-old president, Campbell, according to NYRA.

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