The Triple Crown is a series of three horse races, the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes, run each year in the United States between May and June. To take out the Triple Crown a horse needs to finish first in each of these races. Winning the Triple Crown is considered to be the highest possible achievement in U.S. horse racing. Although the first winner of the title was Sir Barton in 1919, these races were not classified under the title until 1930 when Gallant Fox took the title. It is very difficult to win the title and only 11 horses in history have been the Triple Crown champion from almost 4,000 entrants!


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