Secretariat (March 30, 1970 – October 4, 1989) was an American Thoroughbred
racehorse who, in 1973, became the first American Triple Crown winner in 25
years. During his racing career, he won ...
Nov 20, 2014 ... The stallion also covered Quarter Horse, Paint, Appaloosa, and Arabian ... A
handful of other Secretariat progeny are still living – including ...
Jun 7, 2013 ... Racing against only four other horses in New York, Secretariat was ... to stud in
late 1973, he sired nearly 600 foals, including one horse that ...
A “Dear Abbey” of the horseracing world if you will and as close as you can be to
.... Secretariat died in 1989 so his youngest offspring would be foals of 1990.
Jun 14, 2015 ... Other than Secretariat, who was retired at the end of his ... high, Sir Barton sired
218 foals and eight stakes winners in seventeen racing crops.
A hard to find photo of Secretariat as a baby #foals #babyhorses #horses #racing
#horseracing. No matter how gangly, we all can grow into something great.
Mar 28, 2014 ... Secretariat sired Risen Star, winner of the Preakness (gr. .... He sired 22% stake
horses from his foals to race, there are not so many sires that ...
He was the third offspring of 1957 Preakness winner Bold Ruler, the greatest sire
of ... The 13-horse Derby shaped up as a duel between Secretariat and Sham.
May 2, 2008 ... All 20 horses in this year's race are descendants of this massive ... But that
success has led breeders to mate Native Dancer's progeny so often that the ...
But like many great racers -- notably Secretariat, the legendary Triple ...
Apr 17, 2014 ... When Virginia-born Secretariat began his racing career, some experts ... His sire,
Bold Ruler, was known as a speed horse, which fueled that ...