American Pharoah is looking healthy ahead of his bid to win the Triple Crown at Belmont Park, owner Ahmed Zayat tells CNBC.
American Pharoah could make history this weekend if he wins the Belmont Stakes. CNBC's Robert Frank reports from Belmont where American Pharoah was working out earlier to prepare for the race tomorrow.
CNBC's Robert Frank talks with Ahmed Zayat and Justin Zayat, "American Pharoah" owners, about Saturday's big race, the business of horse racing, and sponsorship deals.
The 147th running of the Belmont Stakes takes place on Saturday with the Triple Crown at stake.
Dave Briggs, NBC Sports anchor, provides insight to the potential history-making race on Saturday at Belmont, where American Pharoah is the favorite to win.
James Simpson-Daniel, bookmaker at Fitzdares, says that for big races like the Derby "money does talk."
While the Epsom Derby,might be perfect for a fashion parade, the U.K. horse racing industry isn’t looking in as good a shape.
CNBC's Karen Tso reports from the Epsom Derby about what to expect this weekend and the problems within the horse racing industry.
It's not just about the races. A quick look at the lineage of champions and money involved in the horse breeding business.
Inside "Air Horse One," the plane which transports American Pharoah on his quest to win the Triple Crown, with CNBC's Robert Frank.
As the UK prepares to get into the horse racing season, CNBC's Phil Han reports on why some think there is a dark cloud hanging over the sport.
Patrick Rishe, Sportsimpacts founder, and Richard Thaler, "Misbehaving" author, discuss why NFL teams with high draft picks should trade down.
Betting mistakes to avoid at the Preakness, with CNBC.com's Eric Chemi.
When American Pharoah crossed the finish line his owners, the Zayats, had a lot to celebrate.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at the second leg of the Triple Crown and what a win would mean for the Kentucky Derby winner.
Chris Morris, Brown-Forman's master distiller, walks CNBC's Dom Chu through the process of making a $2,500 mint julep.
Kentucky Derby goers will pay from $10 to $2,500 for one of the 250,000-plus glasses of the sugary concoction that will be served this weekend.
You can now bet on the Derby through an iPhone app, after Apple changed its policy. Derby Games is one of those choices.
One location at Churchill Downs is reserved only for the most elite: The Mansion. A seat here costs you $13,000 per person.
If you're betting on the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs Racetrack, you better know what you're doing. Here are a few tips.