Source: BloodHorse Magazine
George Papaprodromou’s faith in American Theorem paid off at Del Mar July 30 in the $402,000 Bing Crosby Stakes (G1). “We’ve always believed in this horse,” said the emotional trainer after he sprinted to the winner’s circle nearly as fast as his charge. American Theorem gave Papaprodromou his first grade 1 win by effectively handling a talented field of sprinters in the six-furlong Bing Crosby. Being a son of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, the ridgling seemed designed for longer races, which is where Papaprodromou tried him at first. But American Theorem showed a devastating turn of foot at shorter distances around one turn. Read full article….