For all of those "Chromie Doubters" out there, the 2014 winner of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes pulled out his biggest win yet over the weekend, the illustrious Dubai World Cup, all $10 million dollars of it. And to make his case even more, the saddle slipped back way behind the horses girth as he ran down the stretch and he still won! Jockey Victor Espinoza (who also rode American Pharoah) managed to stay on the horse at 40 mph and still win and Chromie should have been a bucking bronco at this stage. His stud fee just went way up. He's now the all-time leading North American horse in earnings won, over $14 million to date. He's won all three of his 2016 starts. Impressive!