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The next best thing to riding horses is watching horse movies. Everyone has a childhood favorite. See where yours ranks on our list.

The Wall Street Journal has put together a cool split screen video comparing American Pharoah’s Triple Crown winning Belmont race to Secretariat’s historic Belmont victory in 1973.

This Is What It Would Look Like If American Pharoah Raced Secretariat

The Wall Street Journal has put together a cool split screen video comparing American Pharoah’s Triple Crown winning Belmont race to Secretariat’s historic Belmont victory in

The first first Triple dead heat in thoroughbred racing history at Aqueduct Racetrack New York, June the 10th 1944. These things were impossible before the installation of the photo finish cameras.

On June during the Carter Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack: The first recorded triple dead heat between Brownie, Bossuet and Wait A Bit occurred - it was the first triple dead heat in a stakes race!

Celebs Who Love Horses Almost  every little kid dreams of someday owning a pony, but this childhood  fantasy doesn't always come to fruition...

I love that the horse got to be on the red carpet to :) Handsome Viggo Mortensen with 1 of 3 horses he's adopted post film wrap. There names are Uraeus, Kenny (from Lord of the Rings: Return of the King), & T., whom he rode in "Hidalgo.

Triple Crown Winner War Admiral #4 1937 War Admiral was foaled at Faraway Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, and was owned by Samuel D. Riddle. After 1936, his regular jockey until retirement was Charles Kurtsinger. War Admiral won 21 of his 26 starts, including the Pimlico Special and the U.S. Triple Crown in 1937. War Admiral was voted 1937 American Horse of the Year, beating his nephew, Seabiscuit (1938 Horse of the Year), by 621 votes to 603.[1]

Triple Crown Winner War Admiral #4 1937 War Admiral was foaled at Faraway Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, and was owned by Samuel D. Riddle. After 1936, his regular jockey until retirement was Charles Kurtsinger. War Admiral won 21 of his 26 starts, including the Pimlico Special and the U.S. Triple Crown in 1937. War Admiral was voted 1937 American Horse of the Year, beating his nephew, Seabiscuit (1938 Horse of the Year), by 621 votes to 603.[1]

Jockey Ron Turcotte rides Secretariat, 99th Kentucky Derby on May 5, 1973

Jockey Ron Turcotte rides Secretariat, Kentucky Derby on May 1973

No one in the history of the world has ever felt what jockey Ron Turcotte felt 40 years ago, on June 9, 1973, when he rode a three-year-old chestnut colt named Secretariat to his immortal 31-length win in the Belmont Stakes.

Secretariat Belmont Stakes 1973 & extended coverage (HD Version - NEW!) in by 31 lengths

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