Democratic presidential hopeful, Bernie Sanders continued his dream run on Saturday night after winning the seventh out of the last eight primaries.
Trailing frontrunner, Hillary Clinton by a considerable margin, Bernie Sanders needs all the wins he can get if he hopes to pick up the democratic nomination.
Although he has recorded a win in Wyoming, Hillary Clinton still remains the favorite to win the nomination with 1,749 delegates to Sanders 1,061.
2,383 delegates are required to win the democratic presidential nomination.
Both candidates undoubtedly have their sights set on the New York primaries where 291 delegates are up for grabs.
Hillary Clinton is still seen by many as favorite to win in New York having represented the state in Senate for eight years.