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Seabiscuit at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, gazing across Union Avenue to Saratoga's stretch.

Seabiscuit statue outside the Horse Racing Museum & Hall of Fame in Saratoga Springs, NY

Horse Isle is one of the best horse games I've played and love the fun horse art!

Horse breeds: The falabella ponies are the smallest know to man, reaching to only about 3 ft. Tall when fully grown! Pony of the Americans is a awesome horse for kids. They have a perfect slope in their backs so it's easy to stay on, even bareback.

1. Event: Who will win the race? The fastest horse on the day. A horse race is hard to predict, but it is not a matter of chance - with the right information, it is possible to win the bet. This is a good image because there is always a winner of the race.

Event: Who will win the race? The fastest horse on the day. A horse race is hard to predict, but it is not a matter of chance - with the right information, it is possible to win the bet. This is a good image because there is always a winner of the race.

Challenge of the Triple Crown....of course California Chrome would be the updated version of the last horse to lose the Triple Crown

Infographic: Challenge of the Triple Crown

ESPN Infographic: Challenge of the Triple Crown. This was made before American Pharaohs victory!

"You don't throw a whole life away just because he's banged up a little bit".  Tom Smith, Seabiscuit's trainer

You don’t throw a whole life away just because he’s banged up a little bit…Tom Smith, Seabiscuit’s trainer

Seabiscuit statue   Seabiscuit bronze statue returns to Ridgewood Ranch

Seabiscuit statue Seabiscuit bronze statue returns to Ridgewood Ranch

Secretariat statue at Belmont

Secretariat: Winner of the Triple Crown in 1973 (Kentucky Derby, The Preakness, Belmont Stakes)

Seabiscuit Playing Card I was always told he was ug-ly all over.I beg to differ!

Seabiscuit Playing Card I was always told he was ug-ly all over.I beg to differ!

Seabiscuit VS War Admiral

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

Seabiscuit

Seabiscuit with his jockey Red Pollard. The best duo ever♥ The best race horse

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