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by Leo Jakobson | June 09, 2015
When American Pharaoh became the just the 13th horse to win the Triple Crown in New York's Belmont Park this past weekend, he was timed by Longines, a Swiss watchmaker with a history dating back more than 180 years, which has been providing the timepieces used by judges at most New York racetracks since 1886. 

American Pharaoh's owner, trainer, and jockey were presented with Longines watches after his history-making victory in the Belmont Stakes. Your incentive winners can experience the same thrill with a Longines timepiece like this Men's Master Collection Automatic Watch.

This classically elegant chronograph features a 40 mm, stainless steel case with sapphire crystal on both the front and back of the case, a white textured face with blue hands and painted Arabic numerals, and a brown alligator strap with white stitching. Its offers day, date, month, 24-hour clock, and moon phase features. The retail price is $3,325 and it is available from Rymax Marketing Services.