Baffert and American Pharoah shift focus to Belmont, Triple Crown

Triple Crown NBC Bob Baffert worried about his horse in the days after the Kentucky Derby. American Pharoah had won, yes, but he hadn’t seemed himself on race day. The madhouse scene at Churchill Downs had worn him out. So it was left to a record Preakness crowd to see the true majesty of Baffert’s champion as he rumbled…

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