American Pharoah puts in beastlike work nearly a week before the Triple Crown winner attempts the “Grand Slam” in the Breeders’ Cup Classic.
LETS GOOOOOOOO GETTING PUMPED UP!! Champ worked like a beast. @jazz3162
— Justin Zayat (@JustinZayat) October 20, 2015
Tuesday morning, Daily Racing Form‘s Jay Privman tweeted that the final time for the work was 1:10 4/5 (six furlongs). He also said American Pharoah “started 5 back of mate at 6f, 8 in front at wire”.
It’s reported that this was the final major work for the Triple Crown champ before the Breeders’ Cup Classic.