Victor Espinoza rode American Pharoah to horse racing's first Triple Crown in 37 years on Saturday, but the jockey was not done racing yet.

By Extra Mustard
June 09, 2015

Victor Espinoza rode American Pharoah to horse racing's first Triple Crown in 37 years on Saturday, but the jockey was not done racing yet.

Espinoza stopped by The Tonight Show on Monday where host Jimmy Fallon challenged him to complete the "Quadruple Crown" by defeating him in a mini motorbike race through the NBC Studios.

Fallon's course features elements of all three of the traditional Triple Crown races, from the Kentucky Derby's big hats to the Preakness's mud and finishing with some shifty New York bookies from the Belmont.

Fallon's failure to make the proper turn dooms the host as Espinoza's veteran savvy leads to him hoisting the first ever Quadruple Crown trophy.

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Brendan Maloy

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