American Pharoah comes to the Graveyard of Champions to see if he can become only the second horse to win the Triple Crown and the Travers. Does his competition post a threat to his legacy?
by Andrew Sacher We knew Foxing would release their sophomore album Dealer this fall on Triple Crown, and now we have more details. It comes out October 30, that's the artwork above, and the first single is second track "The...
Victor Espinoza, the jockey who won the Triple Crown, is joining the upcoming Fall 2015 season of Dancing With the Stars. The news was revealed during an episode of ESPN’s Sports Nation on Tuesday (August 25) and Victor was in attendance to talk about the upcoming 21st season. The full cast of Dancing With the [...]
Victor Espinoza is going from the Kentucky Derby to the ballroom. The jockey who won the Triple Crown this year riding American Pharoah was revealed as the second star who will be competing on Dancing with the Stars season 21. The announcement was made on ESPN2's SportsNation.
American Pharoah will be heading to Saratoga, New York, on Wednesday. The Triple Crown winner is set to compete in Saturday’s Travers Stakes, a 1 ¼-mile race. According to CBS Local New York, the champion horse’s trainer, Bob Baffert, said that the colt “looks great,” and is ready for his next big gig. Show More Summary
by Andrew Sacher photo: TWIABP at LPR on Saturday (more by Mimi Hong) Foxing have been talking about a new album for a while now, and more details were recently revealed when their label, Triple Crown, posted a teaser video...
Trainer Bob Baffert made it official on Sunday: Triple Crown winner American Pharoah will run in Saturday’s Travers Stakes at Saratoga. But should he? There’s a reason why Saratoga is known as the “Graveyard of Champions”: It’s the place where triple crown winners lose. Joe Drape of the New York Times runs down the list […]
Saratoga Race Course wins the American Pharoah sweepstakes. Can the Triple Crown winner triumph at the Graveyard of Favorites?
In a summer of sporting firsts, Chile men’s national team captured their maiden Copa America crown while Victor Espinoza became the first Latin American jockey to ride a Triple Crown-winning horse. Mexican soccer teams have never captured the Copa Libertadores but UANL Tigres hoped to change that on Thursday night. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat told Blood-Horse that he wants the Triple Crown winner to race in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga on Aug. 29. Whether trainer Bob Baffert agrees with Zayat remains to be seen. “I have made it very clear that I want to go to the Travers,” Zayat said. “We […]
by Andrew Sacher photo: Caspian in 2014 (via Facebook) Back in June, Caspian gave us "Sad Heart of Mine" off their upcoming Dust and Disquiet (due 9/25 via Triple Crown), and now they put out another, "Darkfield." It's not too...
I haven’t ever been much of a fan of muzzle brakes on a 5.56 AR, but when I was told that I was going to be sent the new Strike Industries Triple Crown Comp I couldn’t think of a reason to not give these headache inducing muzzle devices another chance. Show More Summary
American Pharoah returned to the racetrack with a triumphant victory in the Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park. The triple crown winner coasted through the finish line before a record setting crowd of over 60,000 fans, netting $1.1 million of the $1.75 million purse. Over the course of his career, American Pharoah [...]
Early Sunday morning, Ronda Rousey re-staked her claim as the U.S.’s most dominant athlete, scoring a knockout victory over Brazil’s Bethe Correiz in just 34 seconds. Later that day, American Pharoah reminded everyone that he is also in a class by himself. and possibly deserves that designation. In his first action since becoming the first horse in […]
Returning to the track for the first time since winning the Triple Crown, American Pharoah dominated the $1.75 million Haskell Invitational.
OCEANPORT, N.J. (AP) — American Pharoah flashed his speed in the stretch and easily won the $1.75 million Haskell Invitational on Sunday in his first race since sweeping the Triple Crown. With a record crowd of 60,983 cheering him on...Show More Summary
A taped rendition of New Jersey native Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" blared over the P.A. as a record crowd of 60,983 at Monmouth Park welcomed Triple Crown champion American Pharoah onto the track for the $1.75-million Haskell Invitational on Sunday.
American Pharoah, the first Triple Crown champion in 37 years, became the eighth horse to win his next start after sweeping the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness and the Belmont.
American Pharoah flashed his speed in the stretch and easily won the $1.75 million Haskell Invitational on Sunday in his first race since sweeping the Triple Crown.