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American Pharoah wins the Triple Crown - 2015 Belmont Stakes (G1)


American Pharoah wins the Triple Crown - 2015 Belmont ...
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American Pharoah | Belmont Stakes
Baffert got his fourth Kentucky Derby, sixth Preakness, and second Belmont S. wins (tied for second-most Derby wins by a trainer) in 2015 when the brilliant American Pharoah became racing's 12th Triple Crown winner, breaking a drought that had stretched some 37 years.

Triple Crown Winners | Belmont Stakes
2015 Triple Crown Winner. American Pharoah became the first horse to win the "Grand Slam" of American horse racing. (The Triple Crown and the Breeders' Cup Classic.)

American Pharoah Wins Belmont Stakes and Triple Crown ...
American Pharoah became the first horse since 1978 to sweep the Triple Crown. By Colin Archdeacon on Publish Date June 7, 2015. Photo by Chang W. Lee/The New York Times.

BackTrack: American Pharoah Ends Triple Crown Drought ...
BackTrack is in the final of 12 weeks looking back at the Belmont Stakes (G1) victories of the Triple Crown winners in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the New York classic. This week is a recap of the Belmont Stakes win of American Pharoah that ran in the June 13, 2015issue. Written by Steve Haskin, it carried the headline "At Last."

American Pharoah - Home | Facebook
ON THIS DAY: American Pharoah won the Belmont Stakes 3 years ago. This win ended the 37 year wait for a Triple Crown win, and made American Pharoah the 12th Triple Crown Winner in horse racing history! Watch the historic race below.

Belmont Stakes (2015) - Results- American Pharoah
2015 Belmont Stakes (G1) race results, race date, entries, field, video, contenders, probables, news, notes, & comments.

Triple Crown 2015: American Pharoah's Total Prize Money ...
American Pharoah raced to a 5 ½-length victory in Saturday's 147th running of the Belmont Stakes, becoming just the 12th Triple Crown champion.. The historic achievement netted a first-place prize of $800,000, as jockey Victor Espinoza was masterful in the irons during American Pharoah's wire-to-wire romp.