American Pharoah, the 2015 Horse Of The Year & 2014 Eclipse Champion Juvenile
The first Triple Crown winner in 37 years!
Winner of 9 races and almost $9,000,000 including the Breeders Cup Classic-Gr.1, Kentucky Derby-Gr.1, Preakness S.-Gr.1, Belmont S.-Gr.1, Haskell Invitational-Gr.1, Arkansas Derby-Gr.1, Del Mar Futurity-Gr.1 & FrontRunner S.-Gr.1
Eclipse Award winning Champion Juvenile - winner of back to back Gr.1 races with a combined winning margin of 8 lengths!
"an icon; the personification of perfection - physically, mechanically, and mentally. In short, the ultimate racing machine." Steve Haskin, Bloodhorse.com, 5 Aug 2015
"the extraordinary racing abilities of the mares to which American Pharoah has been bred are likely to allow him to produce an exceptional percentage of high class runners." Blood-Horse Marketwatch, 11/5/16
"American Pharoahs are unbelievable" Mark Casse who bid on his top-priced colt on Day 2 at Saratoga
His first crop yearlings sold for $2,200,000, $1,600,000, $1,400,000, $1,200,000, $1,200,000, $1,000,000, $970,000, $875,000, $860,000, $800,000, $800,000, $750,000 etc.
First 2YOs have sold for up to $1,650,000!
The Dream Start - his very first runner is a winner! His first crop already includes...
- Maven won a MSW on dirt for Wesley Ward at Aqueduct, won the G3 Prix du Bois at Deauville
- Monarch of Egypt bolted up at Naas on debut for Aidan O’Brien, runner-up in the G2 Railway Stakes
- Saqqara King won a Newmarket maiden for Charlie Appleby, third in the Listed Prix Roland de Chambure
- Sweet Melania won for Todd Pletcher by 1¼ lengths at Saratoga
- Envied won a MSW on debut at Ellis Park for trainer Ben Colebrook