American Pharoah is impeccably featured in Jaime Corum's "Vox Populi Award winner series. In 2015 American Pharoah became the first horse in 37 years to earn thoroughbred racing's pinnacle achievement by winning the Triple Crown. His trio of electrifying victories in the the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and the Belmont Stakes followed by a commanding performance in the season-ending Breeders' Cup Classic has been dubbed as Thoroughbred racing’s first ever “Grand Slam.” These exceptional accomplishments combined with his remarkably sweet and friendly demeanor have cemented his legacy as one of racing's most recognizable champions.
Bred and owned by the Zayat Stable, trained by Bob Baffert, and ridden by Victor Espinoza, American Pharoah's 9 victories in 11 career starts, totaled an astounding 8.7 million in earnings before his retirement to Coolmore Farm. Being a great, great, great, grandson of Secretariat, his highly anticipated babies will carry the bloodlines and help perpetuate the legacy of Big Red for generations to come.
Corum's portrait captures American Pharoah's unique blend of kindness and nobility in classic fashion. From his soulful and expressive eye to the hint of the small white star on his forehead, each deft brushstroke meticulously details the athletic bay colt. Featuring the distinctive remarque of the turquoise and gold Zayat Stable silks, each of these 250 limited edition special prints measuring 16" x 20" are produced on the finest quality archival linen stock, hand-numbered and signed by the artist.
A glorious piece honoring an incredible equine superstar and all for a great cause with proceeds to benefit the Secretariat Foundation - reserve yours now!