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By Richard Rosenblatt Associated Press Published:

The ornery Kentucky Derby winner didn't lead all the way this time, but he held on for a three-quarter length victory Saturday to set up a shot at the Triple Crown in three weeks. "I like my chances, the third time's a charm," Baffert said, hoping his black colt can win the Belmont Stakes and become the first thoroughbred since Affirmed.

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