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Woolfe on Seabiscuit.  At Santa Anita Park on January 3, 1946, Woolf fell from his horse as he rounded the clubhouse turn. Suffering from a concussion, he died the following day. Most observers think his diabetic condition may have resulted in his suffering a dizzy spell or fainting, causing the fall.  Woolf was buried at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. Western singing star Gene Autry sang at his funeral service

Seabiscuit - The underdog, hero of the Great Depression. He beat War Admiral in a match race, over came a leg injusry that would have retired most animals (if they hadn't been destroyed.) He was what we in the South call "Ate up with heart!

Secretariat at Belmont 1973 (true confession, this picture is my screen-saver) I am a sucker for horses and have been since childhood. ...

At the Kentucky Derby, Secretariat is a legend. Learn more about the runner of the fastest Kentucky Derby and Triple Crown winner Secretariat.

War Admiral, son of Man o’ War, won the 1937 Triple Crown. Photo courtesy of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.

War Admiral, son of Man o’ War, was the 1937 Triple Crown winner. Photo courtesy of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.

One of the most famous racehorses or all time clearly did his bit of child care too!   Phar Lap shows his beautiful temperament, standing patiently with 'Cappy' Telford, trainer Harry Telford's son, perched on his back in his racing colours. This picture was donated by the Telford family to the Museum Victoria, AUS.

One of the most famous racehorses of all time clearly did his bit of child care too! Phar Lap shows his beautiful temperament, standing patiently with 'Cappy' Telford, trainer Harry Telford's son, perched on his back in his racing colours.

1. Oregon Long-Haired Wonder Horses were known for their rich chestnut color and amazingly long manes and tails.

These Incredibly Rare Horses Typically Had 17-Foot-Long Tails!!

This breed from the the Oregon Long-Haired Wonder Horse, was known for its rich chestnut color and amazingly long mane and tail.

One of the oldest pictures of a Thoroughbred ever taken. Wild Dayrell, born in 1852 and pictured as a 3 year old in 1855. Six generations from Herod and eight from the Godolphin Arabian, Wild Dayrell was described as "one of the finest specimens of a racehorse" ever seen.

Wild Dayrell 1855 one of the oldest picture ever taken of a racehorse.

Steel Pier Diving Horse | Telling the story of Steel PierNew book is the first to focus solely ...

History and pictures of steel pier diving horses. The high diving horse act ran from the until the late when animal rights activists had the show shut down.

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