June 12, 2015

Chronicling Horse Racing History

New York Times horse racing reporter Joe Drape discusses American Pharoah's historic ride.

Michael Gluckstadt

Over the years, Joe Drape has spent a lot of time thinking about horse racing's Triple Crown. After watching horses like Silver Charm, Real Quiet, Charismatic, War Emblem, Funny Cide, Smarty Jones, Big Brown, and California Chrome take the first two legs, only to come up short at the Belmont, you might think that Drape had been writing last Saturday's post-race story on American Pharoah's historic win in his head for over ten years. But you'd be wrong.

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