First Pharoah, the firstborn foal sired by American Pharoah, at Sumaya Farm in Paris, Ky., May 2, 2017. His birth on Jan. 3 began one of the most anticipated foaling seasons in decades, as the Triple Crown winner American Pharoah’s offspring began to quickly multiply.
First Pharoah, the firstborn foal sired by American Pharoah, at Sumaya Farm in Paris, Ky., May 2, 2017. His birth on Jan. 3 began one of the most anticipated foaling seasons in decades, as the Triple Crown winner American Pharoah’s offspring began to quickly multiply. CHRISTIAN HANSEN The New York Times
First Pharoah, the firstborn foal sired by American Pharoah, at Sumaya Farm in Paris, Ky., May 2, 2017. His birth on Jan. 3 began one of the most anticipated foaling seasons in decades, as the Triple Crown winner American Pharoah’s offspring began to quickly multiply. CHRISTIAN HANSEN The New York Times

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