Palace Malice Wins The Belmont Stakes And Now Sets His Sites on Mexico's Tijuana Invitational Derby

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 9 June 2013

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Palace Malice is heading down to Mexico to race in The Tijuana Invitational Derby. (Photo courtesy of Paco Peso).

ELMONT, New York - Palace Malice defeated the Kentucky Derby winner Orb and the Preakness winner Ox Bow to capture the third jewel of horse racing's coveted Triple Crown, The Belmont Stakes.

Jockey Mike Smith said that he knew since the night before the race that he was going to win because he had spoken with the world's top voodoo woman Louisiana's Madam Lottie Jo Lafayette.

Smith said that Madam Lafayette had whipped up a special magic spell that would result in Palace Malice beating both Orb and Ox Bow.

Palace Malice wore #12 which is the same number that legendary quarterback Joe Namath of the New York Jets wore when he was playing in the NFL.

According to The Turnstile Review's Buckaroo Kazoo, Palace Malice will rest for one day and then he will be loaded on a trailer and head down to Tijuana, Mexico where he will be racing in the prestigious Tijuana Invitational Derby on June 15.

Kazoo said that the TIV is a very unique race since a total of 40 horses from all over the world will be running the main race.

He pointed out that last year the race was won by a horse from Norway named Fjord Frolicker who was a 37 to 1 long shot.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Nacho Winslow the president of Mexico has invited President Obama and his wife Michelle to attend the event which will be 100 percent compered by the Republic of Mexico.]

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