How about just one more? I’ll Have Another took the Preakness on Saturday, racing past Bodemeister and on to a shot at the Triple Crown. If the 3-year-old can hold it together at the Belmont Stakes in less than a month, he’ll be the first to win the prize since 1978. “He’s a special horse,” said trainer Doug O’Neill after Saturday’s race. “We’ll see how he comes out of it, and if he comes out of it in good shape, we’re heading to New York, baby.” The Belmont, at 1.5 miles, is the longest of the three races of the Triple Crown, and since 1978 11 horses have won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness only to go to pieces in the last leg.