American Pharoah paraded into the paddock before throngs of fans. "It makes me feel really good about our sport," trainer Bob Baffert said of the Churchill Downs reception.
American Pharoah paraded into the paddock before throngs of fans. "It makes me feel really good about our sport," trainer Bob Baffert said of the Churchill Downs reception. Herald-Leader
American Pharoah paraded into the paddock before throngs of fans. "It makes me feel really good about our sport," trainer Bob Baffert said of the Churchill Downs reception. Herald-Leader

American Pharoah enjoys kingly reception at Churchill Downs

June 13, 2015 11:02 PM

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