American Pharoah Lookin’ Good on Track After Triple Crown Win

Triple Crown NBC LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Even as the lives of those around him have been wonderfully altered by his Triple Crown achievement, champion American Pharoah was his same old, visually inspiring self Friday morning as he went back to the track for the first time since completing his sweep of the American classics in Saturday’s Belmont Stakes. With…

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