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American Pharoah team speak out on Triple Crown win

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American Pharoah trainer Bob Baffert, jockey Victor Espinoza, and the horse’s owner, Ahmed Zayat, along with wife Joanne and son Justin, join TODAY to talk about the thoroughbred pulling off the first Triple Crown victory since 1978 by winning the Belmont Stakes Saturday. “It was an amazing feeling,” says Espinoza.