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Two horses die and jockey breaks collarbone on Preakness Stakes undercard
Preakness Stakes day began on a tragic note as two horses died on Pimlico Race Course and a jockey suffered a broken collarbone on a rainy Saturday in Baltimore. The first incident occurred in the opening race of the day, as Homeboykris suddenly collapsed and died not long after winning the Preakness undercard’s first of four races on the day. After entering the race as a 9-1 underdog, Homeboykris came from behind during the first race at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday to secure a 1/2 length victory. It was not until his trip back to the barn from the winner’s circle that Homeboykris collapsed and the incident occurred. At this time, it is believed that he died of heart failure or cardiovascular collapse. “So apparently, not long after leaving the winner’s circle, the boy that takes care of him said they had gone probably 100 yards, and he got wobbly and fell over and he pretty much was dead when he hit the ground,” he said. “They’re thinking at this point it was some sort of heart atta
Horse dies after win at Preakness Stakes track
Saturday was supposed to be a great day for horse racing with the 2016 Preakness Stakes set for 6:45 p.m. ET at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Unfortunately, the day began with a very sad event. Homeboykris, a nine-year-old horse who won the first race of the Preakness schedule Saturday, died of an apparent heart attack shortly after leaving the winner’s circle. #Homeboykris, winner of 1st race on #Preakness day, collapses, dies on way back to barn after having his photo taken. — CBC News Alerts (@CBCAlerts) May 21, 2016 Devastating loss. Homeboykris, died from apparent heart attack on walk back to barn after Preakness day win pic.twitter.com/AWuVCkh0Gg — Chris Campitelli (@CampoTres) May 21, 2016 Former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre is part of the group that owns Homeboykris. The horse earned over $1 million in winnings during his career.
Report: American Pharoah will make $35 million as stud in 2016
It pays to win. For American Pharoah, the 2015 American Triple Crown winner, this is quite a literal statement. According to Darren Rovell of ESPN, the now-retired race horse is set to make a fortune as a stud: American Pharoah will make $35M in the breeding shed this year. His stallion career began this morning https://t.co/jiVlijN4dO — Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 12, 2016 American Pharoah’s exploits on the track begat exploits in the breeding shed. Per Rovell, he’s set to “breed with 175 mares this season at a list price of $200,000.” That is a ton of money, and to many it might seem excessive. However, in the horse-racing game, what American Pharoah did in 2015 makes him worth it. Not only did he win the triple crown (only the 12th horse in history to do so and first since 1978), but he also added a victory at the Breeders’ Cup Classic. This makes him the only horse to finish a season winning the “Grand Slam” of American racing. Interestingly, of the 175 total...
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American Pharoah did it again. The legendary horse won racing’s Grand Slam with a victory at the Breeders’ Cup Classic on Saturday. American Pharoah dominated the race from start to finish, winning it by an impressive 6 1/2 lengths. Now the Triple Crown winner heads off into retirement. “I think it’s time for him to step out and have a nice life,” jockey Victor Espinoza said of Pharoah, via USA Today. “He deserves to have a nice break. He’s run so many times this year and I think it’s time for him to step out and have a nice life. I would be really sad if something happened to him in another race.” Here's the video: American Pharoah does it! The Grand Slam! #BC15 at #Keeneland! #History! pic.twitter.com/GsJhKv1z6T — Keeneland (@keeneland) October 31, 2015
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Minor league game stopped to watch Belmont Stakes
By Gordon Dixon American Pharoah on Saturday became the 12th horse to capture the Triple Crown and first since 1978. Unsurprisingly, American Pharoah’s attempt at history was a big deal in Louisville, where he also won the Kentucky Derby last month. It was such a big deal that a minor league game in Louisville was stopped temporarily so everyone in the stadium could watch the end of the race. Saturday’s Triple-A game between the Louisville Bats and Buffalo Bisons was briefly delayed as the home stretch of the Belmont Stakes was shown on the video board at Louisville Slugger Field. At the time, the Bisons had a 5-0 lead. However, Louisville rallied to score five runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and added another in the fifth before eventually losing 11-6. While Bats fans in attendance were surely disappointed at the outcome of the game, they were able to witness history, which is a pretty nice consolation. The only disappointing part is they missed this awesome video from the post-race show.
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By Vincent Frank American Pharoah won the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, becoming the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978. And it really wasn’t even that close: It was a wire-to-wire win for jockey Victor Espinoza, who becomes the oldest winner of the Triple Crown at the age of 43. Interestingly, American Pharoah becomes the first wire-to-wire winner at the Belmont in 30 years. Trainer Bob Baffert also earned the Triple Crown after four tries. In addition to earning the first Triple Crown in 38 years, American Pharoah becomes just the 12th horse to accomplish this feat in the history of horse racing. Yeah, it was a historic evening in New York City.

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