Traveling is one of the most tiresome and stressful tasks known to man, even when you are not actively moving it just takes a toll on the body. I have been traveling since early morning returning from a trip, so I didn’t have much time to get to writing in between layovers. I will briefly touch on the outcome of the Belmont Stakes and the newest member of the very exclusive triple crown champions club. I was completely wrong about American Pharoah, he not only won the triple crown, but he also had a fantastic start in the race, and he led from wire to wire. There was no doubt that Pharoah was going to win the race as he blazed passed the competition and took home the triple crown with relative ease. The race had little excitement apart from the fact that the 37 year old drought has finally come to an end and a horse has finally jumped the hurdle know as the Belmont Stakes. American Pharoah will now live out the rest of his life with the spoils of being a legendary horse, he will be used for breeding and probably just relax and enjoy a life free from running another race, a fate that is fitting for a king. I have to congratulate the trainers, breeders, and owners of American Pharoah, he has effectively etched all of their names into the deep history of this long standing sport, and given the world a reason to joyfully spell pharaoh incorrectly.