Secretariat and Ed Sweat prior to 1973 Belmont Stakes. Thats not Eddie Sweat its Charlie Davis, one Secretariats exercise riders.


Secretariat- the worlds most beautiful and greatest athlete

Secretariat Belmont | secretariat and ed sweet prior to 1973 belmont stakes

Secretariat prior to 1973 Belmont Stakes. Even in black and white you can see his coat gleam!

Secretariat At Claiborne Farm 1982

Secretariat At Claiborne Farm I wish I was alive to meet him🏇🏻❤️

Secretariat's Birthplace Named 'Historic'

The birthplace of 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat, located in The Meadow Event Park in Caroline County, was named to the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service.

The ghost of Secretariat running with his great-great-great grandson, American Pharoah as AP wins the 2015 Breeders Cup Classic!

The spirit of SECRETARIAT running with his great-great-great-grandson, AMERICAN PHAROAH as he seals his legacy as a horse for the ages winning the Triple Crown. heart emoticon photo credit: TVG/Lizzie (Elizabeth N.

Secretariat...one of the greatest horses to ever live. Did you know...his heart was twice the size of a normal horse.

Secretariat or Big Red. The greatest race horse to ever live.

Man O' War

Man 'O War was an American Thoroughbred and was considered to be one of the greatest racehorses of all time. He won 20 out of 21 races. He lived to the age of thirty,

The beloved but overshadowed Riva Ridge, who some say was responsible for saving the Meadow and perhaps facilitating Secretariat's legendary career, the unassuming bay stallion was quite an excellent racehorse in his own right. He won the Kentucky Derby & Belmont Stakes, and might've captured the TC if it weren't for a sloppy track at Pimlico that day. He set 4 track & 1 world record, raced 30 times, won 12 stakes races & amassed over 1 million in earnings. He was said to be the barn…

Riva Ridge- 1972 Kentucky Derby and Belmont winner - my horse's great grandfather!

Weekend Surprise by Secretariat - dam of A.P Indy and Summer Squall.  She inherited X-factor gene from Secretariat, who was found to have a naturally huge heart that was two to three times the size of a normal heart for a racehorse. Man o’ War and Eclipse were also said to have the large heart. Weekend Surprise is said to be a “double-copy” mare, the X factor is present on both the top and bottom of her pedigree. That means she inherited it from her dam, Lassie Dear.

Weekend Surprise (USA) 1980 (Secretariat-Lassie Dear), dam of AP Indy.


Triple Crown winner Secretariat in his paddock at Claiborne Farm in Paris, Kentucky. All of our fine photographic prints are specially printed for each order ex