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Undefeated Nyquist is the favored horse to beat in Saturday's Kentucky Derby, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
The 142nd running of the Derby is almost here. And if you think you'll ever go, you should know how to do it right.
The prized racehorse is retired, spending his time breeding, eating grass, and greeting tour groups.
The four-year old thoroughbred and Triple Crown champion has traded racing for reproduction at Coolmore Farms in Versailles, Kentucky.
The three-year-old thoroughbred colt is the horse to beat at this year's Kentucky Derby.
Nyquist, a three-year-old champion thoroughbred horse, enters Churchill Downs undefeated at 7-0, and as bettors' top pick.
Israeli police say a man stabbed several people at a gay pride parade in Jerusalem, and Mitt Romney criticized Sen. Ted Cruz over his Iranian nuclear deal comment, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
A side-by-side video shows which thoroughbred would win if they raced each other.
Bettors who witnessed the first Triple Crown in over 30 years left behind their winnings in favor of the holding on to tickets.
Could American Pharoah's victory spell losses for the market? CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
Justin Zayat, racing manager of Zayat Stables, said Monday that his family's victory is a good sign for the entire horse racing industry.
Discussing American Pharoah's Triple Crown win and what's next for the horse, with Justin Zayat, Zayat Racing Manager, and CNBC's Robert Frank.
The number of races and horses is declining, and American Pharoah's owners hope the triple crown winner can bring in more fans for the sport, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
American Pharoah's owners have no retirement plans for the horse just yet, despite winning the Triple Crown this past weekend, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
Expect to see the Triple Crown winner on a slew of licensing deals, says CNBC's Jane Wells.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports the owners of the Triple Crown winner plan to continue racing the champion for the remainder of the year and breeding rights could reach $100,000.
After winning horse racing's Triple Crown, American Pharoah is now worth an estimated $50 million.
Rob Simmelkjaer, "Sports Matters" host, shares highlights from Saturday's Triple Crown race and the big money involved after the big win. He could lmake $100 million, says Simmelkjaer.
American Pharoah was victorious at the 147th Belmont Stakes, becoming the first horse in 37 years to win the Triple Crown.
In the spirit of American Pharoah's race for the Triple Crown, The Halftime Report sent its own thoroughbred, Josh Brown, to the track at Belmont Park.