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Topic - Nick Zito
Spot rallied from fifth place to beat favorite No Nay Never by 2½ lengths Saturday in the Grade 2 Swale Stakes for 3-year-olds at Gulfstream Park.
As trainers talk up their horses leading up to a big race, there's always one caveat.
Every year immediately following the Kentucky Derby, horse-racing experts and fans try to predict whether there's a legitimate chance for a Triple Crown.
Dialed In has a chance to become the Six-Million-Dollar Horse.
Nick Zito knows the good part of the Kentucky Derby as a two-time winner. He also knows the heartbreak of America's greatest race.
"Smarty Jones was in front going a mile and a quarter, and that last quarter of a mile got him," Zito said. "It's a different race. It's just longer."
Nick Zito, whose horses spoiled Triple Crown bids in 2004 and 2008, said that how California Chrome handles the extra quarter-mile in the Belmont will be crucial to his chances.