Sorry i had other things to focus on
After a lot of hard-luck races where he could only do second at best, Moreno went wire-to-wire in the G1 Whitney Handicap (I) at 10-1 odds to earn an expenses-paid guaranteed spot in the Breeders’ Cup Classic (I).
My A-Z List of Favourite Horses- Black Caviar
Black Caviar was foaled in 2006. She is by Bel Esprit out of Helsinge. She raced from age 2 to 6 and was undefeated throughout her career of 25 races. She won 15 Group 1 races, as well as 7 Group 2 races. She was officially ranked the world’s best racehorse by time form from November 2012 until the end of April 2013. In my opinion her greatest victory was when she travelled to Royal Ascot to race in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes. She travelled all the way from Australia on a 30 hour flight, it was reported she wasn’t feeling herself, and she sustained an 8 centimetre muscle tear during the race but still managed to win by a head. This display of heart is on of the reasons Black Caviar is special to me.
Affirmed - Derby Day 1978
And now we present: Bangin’ Blazes Through History
Hey folks! Meet the original Afleet Alexandra!
Daughter of Northern Afleet, out of Just Call Me Angel. Won the 2008 New York Oaks and was placed in several stakes races at Finger Lakes
My A-Z List of Favourite Horses- Citation
Citation was foaled in 1945. He was by Bull Lea out of Hydroplane. Citation raced 45 times over 4 seasons of racing. He won 32 races, came 2nd 10 times and 3rd twice. He was the 8th American Triple Crown Champion, winning the title in 1948. He was named U.S. Champion 2 year old in 1947, U.S. Champion 3 year old in 1948 and U.S. Horse of the Year in 1948. Through his 3 year old and 5 year old season he amassed a 16 consecutive win streak, which stood until Cigar equalled it in 1994-1996. Citation was also the first horse to become a millionaire.
Man O’ War
"Coming down to the finish it’s Snowbell waving that long white tail goodbye to ‘em all!”
Coaltown, dapples and all, at age 4 in 1949
The 1949 season was Coaltown’s best. He was named Champion Handicap horse and Turf and Sport Digest awarded him the Horse of the Year title (although his rival Capot had been chosen Horse of the Year by the Daily Racing Form). In all, he set or equaled six speed records, including setting a world record for a mile in winning the Whirlaway Stakes at Washington Park in 1:34 flat.