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The Wait is Over: America's First Pharoah

American Pharoah became the first horse in 37 years to win the Triple Crown, taking the third and final leg at Belmont Park on Saturday, June 6. (Wikimedia Commons: Mike Lizzi)


American Pharoah cemented himself in horse racing history last Saturday at Belmont Park, becoming the 12th horse to win the Triple Crown and first in 37 years.

Joining the likes of Secretariat and Affirmed with a memorable Belmont Stakes victory, American Pharoah will forever be remembered as one of horse racing's best regardless of how he finishes out his racing career.

To listen to the complete feature, entitled "The Wait is Over: America's First Pharoah," looking back at the race and the legacy of American Pharoah with audio from the following please click play below:

-Affirmed Owner, Patrice Wolfson

-Affirmed Jockey, Steve Cauthen

-Alydar Jockey, Jorge Velasquez

-New York Racing Association President and CEO, Christopher Kay

-New York Racing Association Vice President of Security, George Venizelos

-American Pharoah Owner, Ahmed Zayat

-American Pharoah Trainer, Bob Baffert

-American Pharoah Jockey, Victor Espinoza