It’s official: William Hill Haskell Invitational to showcase the 12th Triple Crown winner

Another impressive run coming from the 2015 Triple Crown winner will be seen soon. Notably, horse racers and punters are excited to see American Pharoah running miles after miles with his excellent speed and endurance.

Although, we still need to wait for the William Hill Haskell Invitational before we personally witness the American thoroughbred racehorse.

According to the reports, Zayat Stables’ homebred superstar American Pharoah is scheduled to make his first start following his triumph at the Belmont in the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational at Monmouth on Sunday, August 2.

I know that you want to maximize your chances to see him personally during his visit to New Jersey for the Haskell Invitational. Don’t worry, the schedule of the 12th Triple Crown winner is already out. Watch out for that as he will be bedded down in Kelly Breen’s Monmouth barn.

No doubt, this famous racehorse will give the viewers, racers and punters a gush of thrill and fun as he showcases his ultra-speed at Haskell. Sure enough, the people will have goose bumps when they see the bay colt owned by New Jersey-based businessman Ahmed Zayat gallop over the track.

There are five horses scheduled to oppose American Pharoah and I assure you, those horses will definitely have a hard time competing against the well-known thoroughbred.

In case you are living in New Jersey and you want to see the Triple Crown winner, don’t forget his schedule of arrival at the Atlantic City International Airport next Wednesday.

Furthermore, American Pharoah will run over the track on Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 7:30- 7:50 a.m. Also, the public can watch the thoroughbred gallop at the Monmouth Park Clubhouse on Friday and Saturday from 7-8 a.m.

The William Hill Haskell Invitational will surely be a hit to many especially with the presence of the sensational Bob Baffert-trained colt. American Pharoah gained notoriety when he swept the American thoroughbred racing’s three biggest races – the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes.

Start placing your bets on this famous racehorse now. Good luck, folks!

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