American Pharoah Loses In Travers Stakes To Keen IceThe upset solidified Saratoga's reputation as the "Graveyard of Favorites.''
Triple Crown Winner American Pharoah Gallops Before Thousands At 'Pharatoga'With a crowd of about 15,000 cheering him all the way, Triple Crown winner American Pharoah went for a glorious gallop around Saratoga Race Course the day before he runs in the $1.6 million Travers Stakes.
American Pharoah Looks 'Super Good' At Saratoga Race CourseNo worries, so far. American Pharoah seems to love Saratoga Race Course.
American Pharoah Arrives At Saratoga For Travers StakesThe first Triple Crown winner in 37 years is the 1-5 favorite in a 10-horse field for the Travers on Saturday.
American Pharoah Overwhelming Favorite In 10-Horse TraversAnd now, it's on to Saratoga for the Triple Crown winner. American Pharoah has already defeated six of his Travers rivals, including Keen Ice three times.
Triple Crown Winner American Pharoah 'Looks Great' Before Trip To SaratogaThe post-position draw is Tuesday night. If American Pharoah starts, the Travers purse increases by $350,000 to $1.6 million.
American Pharoah To Race At Travers Stakes In Saratoga SpringsFollowing the colt's Sunday morning workout at Del Mar in California, American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat says "Saratoga he we come!"
5 Reasons American Pharoah May Want To Skip The TraversBob Baffert, the Triple Crown champion's trainer, is well aware of Saratoga's reputation. Three of racing's biggest upsets have occurred at the "Graveyard of Champions."
Triple Crown Winner American Pharoah Prepares For Pacific ClassicTriple Crown champion American Pharoah worked a half-mile Sunday in Del Mar, California, under the watchful eye of trainer Bob Baffert and owner Ahmed Zayat.
Baffert On 'Recon' Mission To Saratoga, Just In Case Travers Is Next For American PharoahBob Baffert took a side trip to Saratoga Race Course on Monday before the start of the horse sales down the road.
American Pharoah Wins Haskell InvitationalPark officials are expecting a crowd of more than 60,000 for the Haskell Invitational, which would break a New Jersey record.