The nation’s oldest thoroughbred racetrack has history on its side, but fans here and elsewhere in the racing world shouldn’t bet the house on the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years racing at Saratoga.
American Pharoah looked strong and fresh in his first exercise as a Triple Crown champion before meeting a veterinarian who has...
It took 37 years to happen, so forgive Bob Baffert if he needs more than a few days to let it sink in.
A $2 ticket on American Pharoah to win the Belmont Stakes may be worth a lot more money later than now. Or, people are hanging on to their own little piece of horse racing history.
Such is the problem with individual sports, sans teammates. They all ride on celebrities, no matter how many legs they use.
If American Pharoah races again — as his owner has said he’d like — it could draw a huge crowd to New Jersey’s Haskell Invitational.
Triple Crown winning jockey Victor Espinoza has a little giddyup on his fastball, too.
Ahmed Zayat said Sunday morning he wants the fans “to still enjoy something,” and he’s leaving it up to trainer Bob Baffert to map out a schedule.
Victor Espinoza called it “the best feeling I ever had,” and American Pharoah was only through the first turn.
American Pharoah led all the way to win the Belmont Stakes by 5 ½ lengths on Saturday, becoming the first horse in 37 years to complete the Triple Crown — one of the sporting world’s rarest feats.
All the best images from Team AP’s historic and euphoric day at Belmont Park.