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  • Assaultby Eva Jolene Boyd

    Eclipse Press 2004; US$ 9.99

    For a nation recovering from years of war, a little chestnut colt named Assault gave people hope and inspiration as he beat the odds to become the 1946 Triple Crown winner. Born in the midst of World War II, the aptly named Assault showed the same courage and fortitude as the American servicemen fighting overseas. As a baby, Assault injured his foot... more...

  • Exterminatorby Eva Jolene Boyd

    Eclipse Press 2002; US$ 9.99

    Even in the time of great horses like Man o' War, Colonel Matt J. Winn, the father of the Kentucky Derby, called Exterminator "the greatest all-around Thoroughbred in American racing history." "Old Bones" as he was called, ran from 1917-1924 and even won the 1918 Kentucky Derby. Gelded as a two-year-old, Exterminator was purchased... more...

  • Native Dancerby Eva Jolene Boyd

    Eclipse Press 2007; US$ 9.99

    Known as "The Gray Ghost" because of his color and his amazing ability on the racetrack, Native Dancer won all but one of his 22 starts. His lone loss came in the 1953 Kentucky Derby, when he was upset by Dark Star. Native Dancer went on to win the Preakness and Belmont Stakes. But his brilliance was evident even at two, when he won all nine... more...

  • Affirmed and Alydarby Timothy T. Capps

    Eclipse Press 2007; US$ 9.99

    The greatest rivalry in modern racing history began with little fanfare on June 15, 1977. The more experienced Affirmed defeated Alydar, who was making his racing debut in the Youthful Stakes at Belmont Park. In nine subsequent meetings, Affirmed got the better of Alydar six times, often by just inches. Their meetings, especially during the Triple... more...

  • Spectacular Bidby Timothy T. Capps

    Eclipse Press 2001; US$ 9.99

    Author Timothy T. Capps tells the story of the great racehorse in Spectacular Bid, part of the Thoroughbred Legends series from Eclipse Press. Capps weaves the story of Spectacular Bid with those of his trainer, Bud Delp, a veteran of the Maryland racing circuit, and his owner Harry Meyerhoff, who made the decision to keep his horse in training at... more...

  • John Henryby Steve Haskin

    Eclipse Press 2007; US$ 9.99

    Only by dint of their determination and will does the story of John Henry, the horse, compare with that of the legendary "steel-drivin man" because stature-wise, there was no comparison. The equine John Henry was small, plain, bad-tempered, and had bad knees. He was the horse no one wanted, passing from owner to owner until Sam Rubin, a man... more...

  • Kelsoby Steve Haskin

    Eclipse Press 2003; US$ 9.99

    No racehorse of modern times was so good for so long. Racing until the age of nine, Kelso won thirty-nine of sixty-three races. This superstar of the 1960s earned an unprecedented five Horse of the Year titles, five divisional championships, set or equaled eight track records, and set three American standards. Much like Seabiscuit thirty years earlier,... more...

  • Tales from the Triple Crownby Steve Haskin

    Eclipse Press 2008; US$ 9.99

    This award-winning sportswriter takes readers behind the scenes and up close to horses, jockeys, and trainers seeking racing's most elusive prize. Accomplished author Steve Haskin has been covering racing for three decades and knows the players and their stories like the back of his hand. From Louisville, Ky., to Elmont, N.Y., Haskin's personal... more...

  • Foregoby Bill Heller

    Eclipse Press 2001; US$ 9.99

    Forego tells the story of the great gelding whose grit and determination on the racetrack captured the hearts of racing fans across the country. Forego raced from the age of three through age eight, winning 34 of his 57 career starts. He earned a record eight Eclipse Awards, the highest honor in horse racing, including three Horse of the Year titles... more...

  • Personal Ensignby Bill Heller

    Eclipse Press 2001; US$ 9.99

    A racehorse who achieves a perfect record is a rarity, but to do so at the highest levels of the sport is even more rare. It takes a special horse to do that. Personal Ensign is such an animal. She ended her career undefeated in 13 starts and earned more than $1.6 million. But Personal Ensign’s path to perfection was not an easy one. She had to... more...