Triple Crown Winner, NBA & NHL Finals, Indy Car Series, PGA & more…A busy week in sports & some amazing photos here to document it!
In a place where images of horses appear on everything from T-shirts to public artwork, the prospect of the first Triple Crown winner in two generations racing at Saratoga Race Course this summer has the locals in an American Pharoah frame of mind.
ESPN sportscaster Jeannine Edwards joined Ed and Steve to talk about American Pharoah and the Triple Crown.
The nation is still buzzing about American Pharoah’s historic run at the Belmont Stakes, becoming the first Triple Crown winner in nearly four decades. It is a boom for the sport, and for horse racing here in Maryland as well.
American Pharoah’s owners and thoroughbred racing now have a new race to run: A race to capitalize on the horse’s Triple Crown victory before the excitement fades away.
NBC Sports and Comcast Sportsnet New England horse racing analyst Bob Neumeier joined Ed and Steve to talk about American Pharoah and the Triple Crown.
With a final quarter-mile dash to the finish even faster than Secretariat, American Pharoah ran into Triple Crown history with a dazzling display of speed and endurance in the Belmont Stakes.
Victor Espinoza called it “the best feeling I ever had,” and American Pharoah was only through the first turn.
A Triple Crown winner must come through Maryland and with the Derby and Preakness already clinched, Maryland was rooting for American Pharoah.
If American Pharoah becomes the first Triple Crown champion in 37 years, it won’t be before a record-setting crowd.
It could be a history making race as American Pharoah attempts to end a 37 year drought by winning the Triple Crown! Can he achieve what so many have failed to do?
American Pharoah captured the middle jewel of the Triple Crown here in Baltimore. Now, the colt is looking to make history this weekend in New York – winning the Belmont Stakes.