Palace Malice, center, is the seventh horse since 2000 to win the Belmont after skipping the Preakness.
Palace Malice, center, is the seventh horse since 2000 to win the Belmont after skipping the Preakness. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Palace Malice, center, is the seventh horse since 2000 to win the Belmont after skipping the Preakness. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Once again, Belmont rewards the rested horse

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