Superteams are all the rage these days, even in horse racing.
As you might recall, a horse named after New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski finished runner-up at the 2018 Belmont Stakes in June. Well, Phoenix Thoroughbreds, the England-based company that owns Gronk the horse, recently acquired a 2-year-old and named him LeBron J — short for LeBron James, of course.
That’s right: Gronk and LeBron now share the same stable. What a time to be alive.
Here’s a photo of LeBron J in action:
LeBron J will be eligible to compete in next year’s Triple Crown races, according to ESPN.
Thumbnail photo via Dennis Schneidler/USA TODAY Sports Images