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The Jockey Club S Illustrated History Of Thoroughbred Racing In America

Author : Edward L. Bowen
ISBN : 0821220594
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A history of thoroughbred racing in America. This illustrated history of the horses and the sport, full of photographs, paintings and ephemera, covers the top champions and the major bloodlines, as well as a chronological history of the sport.

Big River Racing

Author : John O'Hara
ISBN : 0868406376
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Traces the history of the Clarence River Jockey Club and its contribution to Australian racing and the New South Wales Northern Rivers region.

Racing Through The Century

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A lively tour of twentieth-century horse racing takes readers inside the exciting world of thoroughbreds, race tracks, and high-stakes betting and horse breeding, accompanied by more than 165 black-and-white and full-color photographs.

Champions

Author : Drf Press
ISBN : 1932910026
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Each chapter tells the story of each champion's racing career, decade by decade, followed by past performances of these Thoroughbred legends. There is a chapter for each decade, recounting a few horses' careers and several memorable races, accompanied by pictures of horses in action and at rest, to celebrate and honor the greatest achievements of the Thoroughbred bloodline.

Man O War

Author : Edward L. Bowen
ISBN : 1581500408
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Acclaimed as the greatest racehorse of all time, and more than half a century after his death his legend continues to grow. Mentioned with the same reverence as Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, and Red Grange. Winner of twenty races in twenty-one starts. His sons and daughters continue to influence the Thoroughbred breed today.

War Admiral

Author : Edward L. Bowen
ISBN : 1581500785
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War Admiral's outstanding three -year old season earned him a championship and the Horse of the Year title. He raced brilliantly at four despite his loss to SEabiscuit in the Pimlico Special. At stud, War Admiral was again his father's best son, siring an impressive forty stakes winners.

Racelens

Author : Philip Von Borries
ISBN : 1455619299
Genre : Photography
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"Through numerous images, most from the world-famous Keeneland Library and many being published for the first time in book form, Philip Von Borries takes you back in time to meet the great spirits of racing, and the long-forgotten racelensmen who photographed them"--Amazon.com.

Bold Ruler

Author : Edward L. Bowen
ISBN : 1581501307
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A champion racehorse, Bold Ruler thrilled fans with his speed and courage. But as a sire of runners, Bold Ruler truly reigned. He was America's leading sire a record eight years, with his best offspring being the immortal Secretariat.

Dream Race

Author : Robert Clark
ISBN : 9780975948804
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Trying to determine which horse was the greatest thoroughbred in racing history, a young reporter reviews the last one hundred years of horse racing, covering the most famous horses, races, owners, jockeys, and trainers of the past.

Man O War

Author : Dorothy Ours
ISBN : 1429907770
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His trainer said that managing him was like holding a tiger by the tail. His owner compared him to "chain lightning." His jockeys found their lives transformed by him, in triumphant and distressing ways. All of them became caught in a battle for honesty. Born in 1917, Man o' War grew from a rebellious youngster into perhaps the greatest racehorse of all time. He set such astonishing speed records that The New York Times called him a "Speed Miracle." Often he won with so much energy in reserve that experts wondered how much faster he could have gone. Over the years, this and other mysteries would envelop the great Man o' War. The truth remained problematic. Even as Man o' War---known as "Big Red"---came to power, attracting record crowds and rave publicity, the colorful sport of Thoroughbred racing struggled for integrity. His lone defeat, suffered a few weeks before gamblers fixed the 1919 World Series, spawned lasting rumors that he, too, had been the victim of a fix. Tackling old beliefs with newly uncovered evidence, Man o' War: A Legend Like Lightning shows how human pressures collided with a natural phenomenon and brings new life to an American icon. The genuine courage of Man o' War, tribulations of his archrival, Sir Barton (America's first Triple Crown winner), and temptations of their Hall of Fame jockeys and trainers reveal a long-hidden tale of grace, disgrace, and elusive redemption.

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