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list of racehorses

  • Race-horses include Seabiscuit, Mameluke, Corrida, Phar Lap and Man O' War.
  • Seabiscuit
    Seabiscuit
    Seabiscuit

    Seabiscuit (May 23, 1933-May 17, 1947), the champion thoroughbred race horse in the United States

  • Mameluke
    Mameluke
    Mameluke

    Mameluke (b. 1948), the American Thoroughbred race horse owned by Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney

  • Phar Lap
    Phar Lap
    Phar Lap

    Phar Lap (1926-1932), the champion Thoroughbred racehorse whose achievements captured the public's imagination during the early years of the Great Depression

  • Man O' War
    Man O' War
    Man O' War

    Man o' War, (March 29, 1917 Nursery Stud farm, Lexington, Kentucky - November 1, 1947, Faraway Farm), considered by some to be the greatest Thoroughbred racehorse of all time

  • Northern Dancer
    Northern Dancer
    Northern Dancer

    Northern Dancer (May 27, 1961 - November 16,1990), the Canadian-bred Thoroughbred racehorse and the most successful sire of the 20th Century

  • Eclipse
    Eclipse
    Eclipse

    Eclipse (April 1 1764 - February 26, 1789), the 18th century British Thoroughbred racehorse, descendant of the Darley Arabian, and grandson of Regulus, by the Godolphin Arabian

  • Smarty Jones
    Smarty Jones
    Smarty Jones

    Smarty Jones (born February 28, 2001), the thoroughbred race horse, and winner of the 2004 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes

  • Nijinsky
    Nijinsky
    Nijinsky

    The racehorse Nijinsky (1967-1992) (named after the dancer Vaslav Nijinsky), the son of Northern Dancer and Flaming Page, both winners of the Queen's Plate, and a great grandson of Nearco and Bull Lea

  • Lonhro
    Lonhro
    Lonhro

    Lonhro, the Australian thoroughbred racehorse who raced between 2000 and 2004

  • Kincsem
    Kincsem
    Kincsem

    Kincsem (Hungarian for "my treasure") (1874-1887), the highly successful race horse born in Hungary (in Kisbér)