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Crown jewel: American Pharoah wins in return

American Pharoah took control heading into the final turn and eased through the stretch to win the Haskell Invitational on Sunday in his first race since sweeping the Triple Crown.

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11hBob Ehalt

Ehalt: Zayat has preference for Pharoah's next race

As the victory parade after the Haskell headed toward a post-race news conference, a fan shouted out to the smiling, exuberant owner of American Pharoah, Ahmed Zayat, "See you at Saratoga … hopefully."

14hClaire Novak

Bradester takes Grade 2 Monmouth Cup

Bradester collected his first Grade 2 victory and continued his success at Monmouth Park in Sunday's $200,000 Monmouth Cup Stakes.

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17hClaire Novak

Rachel's Valentina wins in debut at Saratoga

Rachel's Valentina, the juvenile daughter of Bernardini and second foal out of champion racemare Rachel Alexandra, ran to a sparkling debut win Sunday.


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2dClaire Novak

Rock Fall stops The Big Beast in Vanderbilt

Rock Fall continued his dazzling win streak and stepped up to the top level with a game performance in the $350,000 Vanderbilt Handicap Saturday at Saratoga.

1dJeremy Balan

Beholder shows class in Clement Hirsch win

Beholder again showed her talent in the $300,000 Clement L. Hirsch Stakes at Del Mar Saturday, toying with the field to win by seven lengths without feeling the whip from jockey Gary Stevens.

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3dBill Finley

Finley: How to make money on the Haskell

There is no horse in the Haskell field that looks to be able to beat American Pharoah. But there are a couple of wagers that could yield nice returns on a race with such a prohibitive favorite.

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Haskell chat wrap

Triple Crown champion American Pharoah took control in the far turn and eased home to win Sunday's Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park.

2dFrank Angst

Red Rifle fires to victory in Bowling Green

With four horses lined up across the course in the stretch, Red Rifle emerged from the two path and drew off to a clear victory in the $250,000 Bowling Green Handicap.

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3dFrank Angst

Scary moment for American Pharoah at Monmouth

As the crowd watched American Pharoah walk toward a paddock schooling session Friday, the Triple Crown winner provided an anxious moment when he took several quick steps toward a rail.

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Jockey Zayas recovering after surgery

Jockey Edgard Zayas is rehabilitating following successful surgery Tuesday to repair a fractured left clavicle, according to his agent Tito Fuentes.

4dFrank Angst

Jockey facing charges in trainer shooting

Jockey Ruben Rojas is facing multiple charges after Delaware State Police arrested him in connection with the Wednesday shooting of a trainer at Delaware Park.

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