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claiborne farm photos | Secretariat in the pasture at Claiborne Farm

claiborne farm photos | Secretariat in the pasture at Claiborne Farm

Secretariat...sweetest boy!!! My all time favorite horse!!!!!

Secretariat...sweetest boy!!! My all time favorite horse!!!!!

Secretariat

Secretariat

Secretariat

Secretariat

On The Eve Of Another Possible Triple Crown, Revisiting Secretariat On the Cusp Of Immortality- The Brilliant 31-Length Victory At Belmont, Perhaps The Greatest Athletic Achievement Of All Time.    Seeing Is Believing (video).

On The Eve Of Another Possible Triple Crown, Revisiting Secretariat On the Cusp Of Immortality- The Brilliant 31-Length Victory At Belmont, Perhaps The Greatest Athletic Achievement Of All Time. Seeing Is Believing (video).

#secratariet

#secratariet

Claiborne farm photos | Secretariat  Remembering my first trip to the Bluegrass State | Daily Racing Form

Claiborne farm photos | Secretariat Remembering my first trip to the Bluegrass State | Daily Racing Form

1978 Ron Turcotte Secretariat Claiborne Farm Horse Racing 8x10 Photo Triplecrown | eBay I WANT

1978 Ron Turcotte SECRETARIAT Claiborne Farm Horse Racing 8x10 Photo TripleCrown

1978 Ron Turcotte Secretariat Claiborne Farm Horse Racing 8x10 Photo Triplecrown | eBay I WANT

Secretariat At Claiborne Farm  Dad and I met this great horse back in the day. Will never forget that as long as I live. Thanks Pop!

Secretariat At Claiborne Farm Dad and I met this great horse back in the day. Will never forget that as long as I live. Thanks Pop!

First son of Secretariat First Secretary. Because Secretariat had immature sperm in differing amounts, the Claiborne staff decided to test breed him. They chose an Appaloosa nurse mare named Leola. The breeding took. John and Lynn Nankivil of Winona, Minnesota, purchased Leola for an undisclosed amount of money. Before his birth, several breeders had purchased breeding rights to him, not knowing if Leola would produce a colt. On November 15, 1974, Leola produced a blanketed Appaloosa clone…

First son of Secretariat First Secretary. Because Secretariat had immature sperm in differing amounts, the Claiborne staff decided to test breed him. They chose an Appaloosa nurse mare named Leola. The breeding took. John and Lynn Nankivil of Winona, Minnesota, purchased Leola for an undisclosed amount of money. Before his birth, several breeders had purchased breeding rights to him, not knowing if Leola would produce a colt. On November 15, 1974, Leola produced a blanketed Appaloosa clone…

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