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Somethingroyal dam of Secretariat and Syrian Sea By: Princequillo - Imperatrice (by Caruso) Foaled: March 1952 Land of Birth: USA Land of Standing: USA Family Number: Owner: Christopher T. Chenery Breeder: Christopher T.


Secretariat- the worlds most beautiful and greatest athlete

secretariat horse | And, finally, I was fortunate enough to catch Secretariat looking like ...

At Claiborne Farm, Secretariat, whose favorite treat was Certs breath mints, brought over a large branch for me to pull out of his mouth. / The Real Secretariat - Hangin' With Haskin

The legendary and incomparable Secretariat as a foal.

Secretariat a racing legend that won the Triple Crown. Winner of the Belmont Stakes by 31 lengths. America's hero and racing legend.

MR. PROSPECTOR (USA) B c 1970, Raise a Native - Gold Digger. 14 starts, 7 wins, 6 placings. A direct make descendant of thoroughbred foundation sire, Eclipse (GB), he was Leading Sire in North America in 1987 & 1988 and Leading Broodmare Sire 1997-2003 and 2005-2006. He died from colic 1 June 1999. He appears on both sides of the pedigree of California Chrome.

Mr Prospector was the biter at 1980 Tremont Stakes at Belmont Park

Secretariat at Saratoga on the grass saddling area - The Whitney 1973

Secretariat was named Horse of the Year for He was the U. Triple Crown Champion in 1973 and inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1974 and the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame in

Storm Cat- (foaled in 1983) was an American Thoroughbred stallion whose breeding fee during the peak of his stud career was $500,000, one of the highest in the world, the highest being his Grandsire, the Canadian champion, Northern Dancer at an incredible $1,000,000 (with no guarantee) 1984-1987.[1] As such, he was one of the few horses with a 24-hour armed guard.

Grandson of the mighty Secretariat, Storm Cat - thoroughbred racings top sire. photo by Tony Leonard

Sham- he finished second to Secretariat in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, but faded in the  five horse Belmont and finished last. He was a great horse.

Sham-I had the pleasure of walking him for his daily exercise many years ago.Sham finished second to Secretariat in all three triple crown races.he was a great horse

Secretariat and his groom

SECRETARIAT and groom Eddie Sweat having a quiet moment at Churchill Downs before the Kentucky Derby What a photo!


Secretariat, the greatest! ( Tony Leonard, special to The Baltimore Sun ) Secretariat gallops through a pasture at Claiborne Farm in Paris, Ky., sometime after his Triple Crown victories.

Secretariat. My favorite horse story and movie! What an awesome animal =)

Secretariat- Greatest race horse in the world. Eatching his Triple Crown races still give me a thrill.