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    Hard Tack, Seabiscuit’s sire and Man O’ War’s son

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    • Billie Florence

      Hard Tack 1926-1947 - (born, retired and died at Clairborne Farm, Paris, Kentucky) Seabiscuit’s sire and Man O’ War’s son - Tea Biscuit was Seabiscuit's dam.

    • LynAnn Thomas

      Hard Tack, Seabiscuit’s sire and Man O’ War’s son ~ quite a valuable member of the family (-‿◦☀)

    • Sherry H.

      Hard Tack, (out of Man O' War's and Tea Biscuit): Seabiscuit’s sire

    • Becky Palapala

      Hard Tack: Ill-tempered son of Man-O-War, sire of Seabiscuit.

    • Kathy Ingalls

      Hard Tack son of Man O' War and sire of Seabiscuit

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