John Henry and his groom, Jose Mercado. 1986 Eclipse Award for outstanding equine photography. January 28, 1987

Viggo Mortensen & one of the horses portraying Hidalgo. Mortenson bought one of the equine actors, the Paint Horse RH Tecontender, nicknamed TJ.

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About the head of a truly great horse there is an air of freedom unconquerable. The eyes seem to look on heights beyond our gaze. It is the look of a spirit that can soar. John Taunter Foote

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Two cute Paint foals.

Cocaine, one of the most popular stunt horses of his day, crashing through a window in the John Wayne movie Chisum (1970). Photo from the book Hollywood Hoofbeats. Read more about the book at http://ilovehorses.net/blog/history-2/the-humane-movement-goes-to-hollywood-to-protect-horses/

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Secretariat. His heart was 3x larger than the average equine heart, considered a massive "engine". Look at him fly!!!

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Man o' War at 30

Horse and rider take a break from a long hack out in the woods... and sit down and have a chat with one another. I wonder what they're saying!.

This photo was taken in May 2004 at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. The horse, Stephan's Angel, was not very happy being saddled for the Miss Preakness Stakes and leaped straight up in the air. She went on to finish second in the race and is now a broodmare on a farm in Kentucky. This photo was printed in Mid Atlantic Thoroughbred magazine and won the Eclipse Award for best thoroughbred horse racing photo of 2004.

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True Story...however I generally forget the patience part!