When he’s not busy motorboating people during the summer of Gronk or cracking jokes about the number 69, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is enjoying the finer things in life.
That includes taking an ownership stake in a horse that goes by the same name. It’s all sorts of grand (more on that here).
Said horse will now run in the 2018 version of the Belmont Stakes — part of horse racing’s Triple Crown.
Equally as awesome, Gronkowski has been given 69-to-1 odds to win the annual race in New York.
A horse named Gronkowski (after Rob Gronkowski) has been given 69/1 odds to win the Belmont Stakes, a race that takes place on June 9th (6/9) #Nice
— Bulb Brites🎄 (@DigitalBawb) May 23, 2018
One really has to wonder if Gronkowski had his hands involved in this. It really is the Gronkest thing ever.
Gronk’s horse will look to upset Justify as the colt attempts to complete horse racing’s version of the Triple Crown.
Should that happen, we’re pretty darn sure Gronkowski will be partying it up in New York.