American Pharoah is coming into the Classic off a loss and is facing older horses for the first time, but the Triple Crown champ will try to use his speed to treat fans to a front-running win in his finale.
American Pharoah is coming into the Classic off a loss and is facing older horses for the first time, but the Triple Crown champ will try to use his speed to treat fans to a front-running win in his finale. Herald-Leader
American Pharoah is coming into the Classic off a loss and is facing older horses for the first time, but the Triple Crown champ will try to use his speed to treat fans to a front-running win in his finale. Herald-Leader

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