With his unbeaten record and magnificent good looks, Barbaro enthralled
the public with his dominating performance in the 2006 Kentucky Derby.
Jones: America's horse and winner of the 2004 Kentucky Derby, this is
the story of a horse who captivated a country for several weeks in the
summer of his 3 year old season.
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on interviews, race histories and Woolfe's writings, Secretariat is
a behind the scenes look at the famous horse, the 1972 Triple Crown
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didn't look like much. With his smallish stature, knobby knees, and slightly
crooked forelegs, he looked more like a cow pony than a thoroughbred.
But looks aren't everything; his quality, an admirer once wrote, "was
mostly in his heart."
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was arguably the best thoroughbred filly that ever raced: the horse
won all five of the events it entered as a two-year-old in 1973, frequently
setting or tying track records, and duplicated that string of successes
the following year, taking the filly triple crown.
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o' War dominated racing in 1919 and 1920, winning 20 of 21 starts and
setting speed records nearly every time he raced as a three-year-old. He
was the sire of War Admiral and the grand-sire of Seabiscuit.
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Slew remains one of the most popular tourist attractions for racing fans
who visit the Kentucky Bluegrass. Only horse to win the Triple Crown while
undefeated. In retirement he has shone even brighter with many of his
offspring becoming champions on the racetrack.
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Admiral's outstanding three -year old season earned him a championship
and the Horse of the Year title. He raced brilliantly at four despite
his loss to SEabiscuit in the Pimlico Special. At stud, War Admiral was
again his father's best son, siring an impressive forty stakes winners.
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the greatest horse ever to look through a bridle, Spectacular Bid achieved
what few racehorses ever do--perfection--when he went undefeated in nine
races at the age of four. A horse that should have won the Triple
Crown, and one of the best ever.
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Silence was like a scrappy kid from the other side of the tracks who wouldn't
go down without a fight. Sold to Japan after Kentucky breeders ignored
him, Sunday Silence, a former Horse of the Year, became the most successful
stallion in history. His story is interwoven with those of his owner,
Arthur Hancock, trainer Charlie Whittingham, and jockey Patrick Valenzuela.
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