The jockey who guided American Pharoah to the first Triple Crown in 37 years returned to Southern California and recounted his win.
Victor Espinosa, who grew up on a farm outside Mexico City, is the first Latino and the oldest jockey to win the Triple Crown. He donated his prize money to City of Hope, a local cancer treatment and research hospital.
"I always believe, in life, health is the most important thing," Espinosa said.
Watch Jovana Lara's full report in the video above.