Exaggerator poses before 142 Kentucky Derby

Our Exaggerator poses before running the Kentucky Derby. Second place winner.

Joe Clancy earned his second David F. Woods Memorial Award in the last three years for his story on 2016 Preakness winner Exaggerator. Tod Marks Photo.

Joe Clancy earned his second David F. Woods Memorial Award in the last three years for his story on 2016 Preakness winner Exaggerator.

Curlin, 2007 Preakness winner and BC Classic champ..2 time horse of the year! Met him too!

Curlin, 2007 Preakness winner and BC Classic champ. Sire of 2016 Preakness winner, Exaggerator

Victor Espinoza on the 2016 Dubai World Cup winner, his 'other' horse, 2014 Horse of the Year, the Kentucky Derby-Preakness winner, California Chrome. Victor has ridden two Horses of the Year back-to-back in California Chrome 2014, and American Pharoah 2015.

Victor Espinoza on the 2016 Dubai World Cup winner, his 'other' horse, 2014 Horse of the Year, the Kentucky Derby-Preakness winner, California Chrome. Victor has ridden two Horses of the Year back-to-back in California Chrome and American Pharoah

2016 PREAKNESS STAKES- TRIPLE CROWN WINNER / TRIFECTA / SUPEFECTA SELECTIONS

2016 preakness stakes- triple crown winner / trifecta / supefecta selections

2016 Preakness, Preakness Stakes, Money Management, Horse Racing, Crowns, Kentucky Derby

Curlin, incredible racehorse 2007 horse of the year, sire of exaggerator 2016 Preakness stakes winner

Curlin, incredible racehorse 2007 horse of the year, sire of exaggerator 2016 Preakness stakes winner

Ortowski's EXAGGERATOR, Preakness winner 2016, (in green) featured on the Cover of The Official Preakness Program 2017.

Ortowski's EXAGGERATOR, Preakness, leg of The Triple Crown), winner (in green) featured on the Cover of The Official Preakness Program

American Pharoah is led out of his stone palace of a barn, head up, eyes alert, a little heavier these days but still pretty well sculpted. Welcome to paradise, also known as Coolmore Ashford Stud, a magnificent 2,000 acre empire in Versailles, Kentucky…the heart of Bluegrass country. This is home to racing's first Triple Crown winner in 37 years, a luxurious resort for the first horse to win the Kentucky Derby, Preakness & Belmont Stakes since Affirmed in 1978, & just the 12th in history.

Triple Crown winner American Pharoah expecting nine foals

Triple Crown winner American Pharoah has retired from racing, and is now being used to breed other mares. Pictured above on April 2016 at Coolmore's Ashford Stud farm in Versailles, Kentucky

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