- adj. of a horse that has won the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes and the Preakness races
- adj. unofficial championship title for player who heads the league in batting average and home runs and runs batted in
“Bush/Cheney failed to balance a single annual budget with control of the ultimate hat-trick/triple-crown/power play of government - control of all tricameral branches, therefore theteabag movement shows it is much less about fiscal responsibility than finding fault exclusively with democrats.”
“Dumb, socially conservative and no sense of humor: the lucrative triple-crown of American right-wingers.”
“He could give Scotty McClellan a run for his money in the triple-crown double-talk derby.”
“You might not win the triple-crown of cycling like Merckx did, but with a bike this cool, who cares?”
“HARRIS: But the gold standard of triple-crown winners, secretariat.”
“And the glitter faded though 12 seconds into the race when the triple-crown contender, Barbaro, shattered, right there, a rear ankle.”
“He ranks in the top five in almost every major category and is a triple-crown threat.”
“Hairston, drafted by Arizona in the third round, is the first triple-crown winner in Arizona community college history, batting .503 with 18 homers and 77 RBI.”
“CLINTON: Sarandon is the triple-crown winner this fall.”
“Clayton Kershaw a victory away from possibly securing the NL's triple crown of pitching wins, ERA, strikeouts, the Dodgers could become the second team in baseball history to have two triple-crown winners.”
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