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#OTTB Mr. Wolverine defeated the mighty Lava Man during his racing career; now he's teaching six- and nine-year-old sisters how to ride.

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Lava Man gives one of his littlest fans a kiss

Eblouissante, Zenyatta’s half sister out of Vertigineux

The huge Zenyatta. She stands 17.2 a full hand taller than Secretariat and Man O' War.

Zenyatta is confirmed thirty-seven days in foal. She was bred earlier this year to the Claiborne Farm stallion War Front. Zenyatta was examined by Dr. Holder this week, and checks out to be happily in foal and in excellent health!

Racing Legends

Rachel Alexandra - may she recover fully from her foaling injury...

Affirmed (with blaze) vs Alydar... Belmont 1978... the last Triple Crown winner. Riding Affirmed, Steve Cauthen also became the youngest (age 18) jockey to ever win the U. S. Triple Crown and in 1994, was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.

Winner of $1,997,896.00 in racing and five time 'Horse of The Year', Kelso proved he is still on his toes in an exhibition of jumping and dressage at Monmouth Park. Before the Monmouth Park stands where he won his first stakes victory in the Choice Stakes of 1960, Kelso soars over a jump in the special infield course. Micheal Plumb, Captain of the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Three-Day Team, is pictured aboard the 11-year old Gelding. July 12, 1968.