Justify's value skyrockets to $60M with Triple Crown win

Justify's value skyrockets to $60M with Triple Crown win

Justify's value skyrockets to $60M with Triple Crown win

A plan will be formulated once the chestnut colt recovers from a compressed schedule that saw him win six races over 111 days since his debut on February 18.

Owners of the latest Triple Crown victor said Justify will get a well-deserved break and then race again this year, although no date or location has been targeted yet after the colt came out of his Belmont Stakes victory in good condition. I felt on my watch, if he's happy, I'll keep him running. "There is no one more deserving than him".

Baffert seemed to acknowledge that the plan for Restoring Hope was to lay in second for the first turn, but not as part of a plan to help Justify. But the horses slowed down the back stretch and Baffert liked what he saw on the timer at the half-mile pole. "I just question Geroux's ride".

"I'd never thought I'd be this close to the most famous race horse in the world", King said.

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"I was like, 'Oh, Mike".

"Opinions die", Baffert said.

But Justify, like all the great thoroughbreds, found "another gear", Baffert said.

So for the moment, at least, he sounded just like Zayat, who showed up at Justify's barn on Sunday to congratulate the horse's trainer, Bob Baffert, who also trained American Pharoah. Sent off as the 4-5 favorite, Justify ran the longest race of the series in 2:28.18 and paid $3.60, $3.50 and $2.80. He refused comparisons between the two horses, saying they are different types of racers.

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Justify, who cross the finish 1¾ lengths in front of 24-1 longshot and Keeneland sales graduate Gronkowski, is the 20 Belmont victor produced by Keeneland sales.

Baffert fell short the first three times he brought a horse to Belmont with a chance at the Triple Crown - with Silver Charm (1997), Real Quiet (1998) and War Emblem (2002). He has won all six races he has run this year. The Triple Crowns of Secretariat, Seattle Slew, and Affirmed, coming as they did after a quarter of a century without, cast the sport in a bright white light that demanded attention.

People in racing with knowledge of the deal said it included a bonus of about $25 million were Justify to win the Triple Crown, which he then went on to do, and that it also allowed the multiple owners to retain some shares in the horse when he begins his career as a sire (a provision that also has benefited Zayat to the tune of millions of dollars).

Gronkowski, named for the National Football League player, finished second, after having been last for the first half of the race.

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