Reflections on a Crown – Part I

Hats and Horses

It was a beautiful June day in the Big Apple and American Pharoah was poised in the starting gate at the Belmont Stakes, set to begin the final leg of the Triple Crown.

For a moment, we all held our breath; no horse had captured the elusive ‘Crown since Affirmed did it in 1978. Was the impossible dream possible?

And moments later as American Pharoah neared the finish line you could hear the collective roar of an entire nation as the 37-year-long drought came to an end and he became the 12th Triple Crown winner in American horse racing history!

Blog-AmericanPharoah-LydiaWilliams2In the days that have passed since the race I have had a chance to think about the enormity of what American Pharoah and his team accomplished that day at Belmont Park.

As amazing as it was, crossing the finish line first wasn’t American Pharoah’s only achievement. Long before…

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