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Manuel | Winner of the 25th Kentucky Derby | 1899 | Jockey: F.Taral | 5-Horse Field | $4,850 prize

His Eminence | Winner of the 27th Kentucky Derby | 1901 | Jockey: James Winkfield | 5-Horse Field | $4,850 prize

Apollo | Winner of the 8th Kentucky Derby | 1882 | Jockey: B.Hurd | 14-Horse Field | $4,560 prize

1904 Elwood

Ben Brush | Winner of the 22nd Kentucky Derby | 1896 | Jockey: Willie Simms | 8-Horse Field | $4,850 prize --- **This is the first running of the Derby at its current distance of 1.25 miles. This is also the first Derby that included a blanket of roses.

Day Star | Winner of the 4th Kentucky Derby | 1878 | Jockey: Jimmy Carter | 9-Horse Field | $4,050 prize

Agile | Winner of the 30th Kentucky Derby | 1905 | Jockey: J. Martin | 3-Horse Field | $4,850 prize

Plaudit | Winner of the 24th Kentucky Derby | 1898 | Jockey: Willie Simms | 4-Horse Field | $4,850 prize

Man O' War. The "mostest hoss" and the one by which all others are measured. Big Red is ranked No. 1 in greatest thoroughbred racehorses of all time. Winner of 20 of 21 races and known as a "sire of sires", two of his sons, Clyde Van Dusen and War Admiral, won the Triple Crown.

Fonso | Winner of the 6th Kentucky Derby | 1880 | Jockey: G. Lewis | 5-Horse Field | $3,800 prize

my favorite racehorse of all...Winning Colors..Top 10 female racehorse of all time. Watched her win the Kentucky Derby and she was the only filly in the race. Just ripped my heart out when she won by a nose! :) She was so fabulous and beautiful!

Probably the most famous photo of the legendary racehorse Seabiscuit, beating "the fastest horse in the world" War Admiral at Pimlico, November 1st, 1938. Both horse and jockey George Woolf gaze right into the camera while all else is a blur. I love this photo.

Alan-A-Dale | Winner of the 28th Kentucky Derby | 1902 | Jockey: James Winkfield | 4-Horse Field | $4,850 prize

Northern Dancer Canada's Best Thoroughbred And Kentucky Derby Winner.

1911 Meridian

SUNDAY SILENCE (USA) Br/blk c 1986. Halo - Wishing Well. Winner of the 1989 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes along with seven other races and 5 placings from 14 starts. A successful sire in Japan, he died of heart failure in August 2002 due to the effects of prolonged laminitis.

Worth | Winner of the 38th Kentucky Derby | 1912 | Jockey: Cal Schilling | 7-Horse Field | $4,850 prize

Hindoo | Winner of the 7th Kentucky Derby | 1881 | Jockey: Jim McLaughlin | 6-Horse Field | $4,010 prize

1910 Donau