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Here you will find online histories, biographies, and tributes to famous race horses from around the world. If a horse you like isn't listed here and also doean't appear on any of the multi-horse sites listed below, that probably means nobody has done a website for him/her. Updated 10/16/2007.

  • North America
    • Multi-horse Sites - check these if your favorite isn't listed
      • - bios and photos of Canadian champions and hall of famers, many entries here are not on other sites. Has thoroughbreds, standardbreds, jockeys, drivers, and more.
      • - an extensive listing of champion horses with short notes about each and a link to bios for many of them.
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions with photos and history of many past greats
      • - the equine members of the Racing Hall of Fame
      • - from the International Museum of the horse includes all their greats from 1932 to 1982 in alphabetical order from Alydar to Wistful
      • - has a ton of bios for other horses not listed below, many with photos
    • Affirmed
    • Afleet Alex
      • - photos from the win plus lots of info about Alex and his connections
      • Afleet Alex Belmont Winner - photos from the win plus more of info about Alex and his connections
      • - photos from his first appearance after retiring to Gainesway for his stud career
      • - his connections, birthdate, pedigree, and lots of links to other info from my Triple Crown special.
      • - his official site
    • Alydar
    • - The 1987 Kentucky Derby winner and 1988 Horse of the Year had to be euthanized on March 27 due to injuries from a fall in his stall at the Kentucky Horse Park. Here is a look at his career and a few photos.
    • Assault
      • - the Texas bred Triple Crown winner with some very good photos from King Ranch
      • - the 1946 Triple Crown winner with photos
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
    • Barbaro
    • - from his owners Golden Eagle Farm. Unfortunately they have taken it down so I am linking to an archived version so the photos may not work.
    • Black Gold
      • - from the Hall of Fame
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - detailed story from Thoroughbred Times
      • - from the Fair Grounds Hall of Fame. His grave in the infield at the Fair Grounds. Sadly, since Churchill Downs bought the Fair Grounds they have removed the Hall of Fame from online so this link to a web archive copy is all that remains now.
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - a book by Marguerite Henry
    • - a memorial to the 1976 Kentucky Derby winner from the Kentucky Horse Park where he lived after being pensioned.
    • Bold Ruler
      • - from the Hall of Fame
      • from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - classic Stallion Galler page from Thoroughbred Times
      • - sire record with a photo from Diamond J Farms
      • - a summary of his career with some photos from MarKim Farms.
      • - a bio from Wikipedia
      • - a book by Edward L. Bowen
    • Bull Lea
      • - Bull Lea is about half way down.
      • - classic Stallion Galler page from Thoroughbred Times
      • - a postcard showing him in front of Calumet Farm
      • - a photo postcard
    • - the champion filly of the 1940's
    • - 1982 and 1983 harness racing horse of the year and very influential sire of 12 million winners who lives at the Kentucky Horse Park
    • Cigar
      • - his bio from the Hall of Champions at the Kentucky Horse Park
      • - history, photos, and merchandising of the famous racer
      • - on March 25, 2000, Cigar was brought to Turfway Park and paraded for the fans on Spiral Stakes day. This was his first and only appearance at a track since his retirement.
      • - lots of photos from his trip to Del Mar where he lost to Dare and Go
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - a bio, race record, and more from Thoroughbred Greats
      • - a 12" model done to exactly match his markings.
      • - a book by Jay Hovdey
    • Citation
      • - history and photos of the 1948 Triple Crown winner
      • - more about him from Ron Hale
      • - the 1948 Triple Crown winner with photos
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - a book by Pohla Smith
      • - a book by Phil Georgeff
    • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
    • Count Fleet
      • - history of the 1943 Triple Crown winner by Ron Hale
      • - the 1943 Triple Crown winner with photos
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - a nice bio from Wikipedia
    • - his bio and photo from the Hall of Champions at the Kentucky Horse Park where he lives.
    • Dan Patch
      • - history of the famous Standardbred pacer, excellent site
      • - a book by Fred Sasse. Out of print so you may have more luck finding it at
      • - a classic movie from 1949 about his life on DVD
    • Dancer's Image
    • Dr. Fager
      • - the history his career by Ron Hale
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - a book by Steve Haskin
    • Easy Goer
      • - a nice bio, pedigree, and race record
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
    • - A photo tribute to the gallant filly Eight Belles. She will be missed by many. also available.
    • Exterminator
      • - Old Bones the wonder horse from the 1930's
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from Equine Heroes
      • - a book by Mildred Mastin Pace, previously titled "Old Bones the Wonder Horse"
      • - a book by Eva Jolene Boyd
    • Forego
      • - a memorial to the great gelding from the kentucky Horse Park where he lived until his death in 1997.
      • - a nice article from MSNBC
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - from Equine Heroes
      • - a book by Bill Heller
    • Fourstardave
      • - a fan favorite famous for winning at least one race at Saratoga for eight consecutive years. He passed away at age 17 in 2002 while at Belmont Park preparing to lead the post parade for New York Showcase Day.
      • - a nice bio with several photos from Thoroughbred Champions
    • Funny Cide
    • Gallant Fox
      • - the 1930 Triple Crown winner with photos
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
    • - another great filly from the 1940's
    • Genuine Risk - the oldest living Kentucky Derby winner
    • - photos from his Kentucky Derby win plus lots of info about his connections
    • Go For Wand
      • - lots of photos and info about her including a link to the Sports Illustrated article with photos of her breakdown.
      • - poetic eulogy to the deceased champion by Dale McClare
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - a book by Bill Heller
    • - the great gray trotter, from Equine Heroes
    • - about the Louisiana bred filly who loves to win
    • John Henry
      • - an obituary for the old champion who had to be euthanized due to poor health at age 32
      • - a short history of the great gelding with photos
      • - his bio from the Hall of Champions at the Kentucky Horse Park
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - a book by Steve Haskin (paperback)
      • - a book by Steve Haskin (hardcover)
    • Kelso
      • - photos and history of the 5 time horse of the year
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - a book by Steve Haskin
      • - a book by Landon Manning. Out of print so you may have more luck finding it at
    • Man O'War
      • - who do you think was best?
      • - lots of info and some photos of the great champion
      • - more about him from Ron Hale
      • - lots of photos
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - from Equine Heroes
      • - a series of rare photos now made available by Secretariat.com
      • - shirts, sweats, mousepad, and more with my painting of Man O'War or my photo of his statue.
      • - a book by Page Cooper and Roger L. Treat. This is the best book about him with lots of photos and was written shortly after his death and recently re-released.
      • - a book by Edward Bowen
      • - a book by Walter Farley
    • - Here is some more info plus the true story of Mariah's Storm which provided the idea for the horse racing movie "Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story"
    • Nashua
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - a photo from his days at stud
      • - a book by Edward Bowen
    • Nasrullah
      • - photo with sire record from Diamond J Farms
      • - classic stallion directory page from Thoroughbred Times in PDF format with a photo
      • - from the history of Claiborne Farm with a
    • Native Dancer
    • Native Diver
      • - California's incomparable star of the 60's from SecondRunning.com
      • - from the Hall of Fame
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
    • Nearctic
    • Niatross
      • - lots of stats and photos of the great champion pacer
      • - nice bio with photo from Odds On Racing
    • Northern Dancer
    • Omaha
      • - the 1935 Triple Crown winner with photos
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
    • Personal Ensign
    • - the racing and breeding careers of the late Canadian champion
    • - all about his career with lots of photos
    • Rambling Willie
    • Ruffian
    • - a great champion from the late 1800's
      • - from the Racing Hall of Fame
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Thoroughbred Hall of Fame
      • - a bit about each plus their big match race
      • - a selection of 6 different photos to send to online friends as postcards
      • - a selection of my original Seabiscuit clip art to use on your website or in your signature
      • - this one is 800x600 with his statue in the middle and 4 smaller old photos around it. Also available is the statue alone in or . These are large images and will be slow to download. Once you see them, you can right click on the image to set it as your wallpaper.
      • - photos and art prints from Art.com
      • - a small size model to use as a Christmas ornament or to display anytime.
      • - great site for the PBS special with lots of photos, radio race calls, track tour, etc.
      • - if you missed the PBS special, you can get it here on VHS for .23. Also available on which is has lots of extras on it for .99. .
      • - another new documentary from Delta Entertainment.
      • - a 50 minute documentary from A&E on DVD.
      • - official site for the Universal Pictures movie to be released in 2003. You can also purchase the official movie poster and several different photographs from the movie
      • - compares the movie version of Seabiscuit and his connections lives and the true story that they were based on from Chasing the Frog. Rather interesting really.
      • - deluxe collectors edition DVD for .99 with 2 discs and lots of extras. Also available in for only .99 or on .
      • - the movie from 1949 in VHS format. Also available now in .
      • - official site of Laura Hillenbrand and the Seabiscuit book
      • - shirts, mugs, mousepads, license plate frames, etc. for Seabiscuit.
      • - a limited edition giclee art print or open edition by Thomas Allen Pauly
      • - the book by B.K. Beckwith. This is a reprint of the original 1940 book that was a major source for Laura Hillenbrand's book.
      • - the book by Barbara Howard. An excellent collection of fan mail sent to Seabiscuit during his career. Read the .
      • - the book by Laura Hillenbrand. Read the .
      • - a new book with photos and stories collected from the Blood Horse by John McEvoy
      • - a new illustrated book for kids by Kat Shehata and Jo McElvee.
      • - the book by Ralph Moody
      • - up for bid on eBay
    • Seattle Slew
    • Secretariat
      • - who do you think was best?
      • - Lots of official clothes, collectibles, bobbleheads, art, photos, and more. Also has lots of info about Secretariat including his lifetime past performances .
      • - with the right markings and wearing his blinkers and 1A saddle cloth from the Kentucky Derby.
      • - a small size model to use as a Christmas ornament or to display anytime.
      • - the 1973 Triple Crown winner with photos
      • - a SportsCentury biography from ESPN with video
      • - a very moving story about the death of Secretariat by William Nack
      • - fan page with Derby trivia questions about Big Red
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • from Equine Heroes
      • from the county in Virginia where he was born
      • - just a photo from the "Find A Grave" site
      • - a book by William Nack
      • - a book by Raymond Woolfe
      • - available on DVD or VHS from Secretariat.com
      • - a book by Timothy T. Capps
      • - a children's book by Barbara Libby about this Belmont win
    • Slew o'Gold
      • - The winner of the 1983 and 1984 Jockey Club Gold Cups had to be euthanized due to old age on Sunday, October 14, 2007. More about him along with a couple of photos.
      • - an excellent page with just about everything you could want to know about him, including his lifetime past performances with links to video of some of his races.
      • - from shortly after he was pensioned
    • Sir Barton
      • - the 1919 Triple Crown winner with photos
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
    • Smarty Jones
      • - from the connections of the 2004 Kentucky Derby winner with photos, bios, videos, and more.
      • - Where he came from and how he almost died before ever getting to race plus the stories of his connections.
      • - a nice flash presentation about each of his races with lots of photos from NYRA
      • - his connections, birthdate, pedigree, and lots of links to other Smarty Jones info from my Triple Crown special.
      • - a book by Billy Valentine
      • - a book by Sports Publishing LLC
      • - a book by Billy Valentine
      • - a lovely model of him running
    • Spectacular Bid
    • - lots of photos and info about him and his progeny
    • Sunday Silence
    • Swaps
      • - the California bred champion from the 1950's
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
      • - from the Unofficial Hall of Fame
      • - a book by Barry Irwin
    • Tom Fool
      • - about him and his rivalry with Native Dancer in the 1950's
      • - from Thoroughbred Champions
    • - his stallion page from Taylor Made Farm. Some additional info and a nice photo from his page at .
    • War Admiral
    • Whirlaway
    • - sire of the champion Kelso was known as "The Magnificent Cripple"
  • Other Countries
    • - Steve Parrott's home page with a large number of very nice tribute pages to famous European (mostly UK) horses, both flat and jumps. Some of the more popular are listed below, but check the full list as he has a ton of them.
    • Aldaniti and Bob Champion
    • - Tribute page for the popular British steeplechaser, now retired
    • - Tribute page to the winner of the 1997 Epson Derby
    • Best Mate
    • - Tribute page to the retired English filly
    • - one of the UK's favorite race horses who was 26 years old in 2006. He won 34 races from 70 starts included four King George VI Chases, an Irish Grand National and the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
    • - Tribute to the lightly raced but undefeated winner of the 1995 Epsom Derby and Arc de Triomphe
    • Nijinsky
    • - Tribute to the popular gray steeplechaser who was fatally injured in a race in April 1998
    • Phar Lap
      • - tribute page from Flemington and the Victoria Racing Club. Includes his complete race record
      • - photos of him in life and as he is today, mounted in the museum. Interesting series of photos shows how he was stuffed after his untimely death.
      • - from Equine Heroes
      • - a book by Geoff Armstrong and Peter Thompson
      • - a movie on VHS tape which is out of print but there are always used copies available. There is also some DVDs that show up on but I haven't seen them anywhere else.
    • - the champion loser of all time with over 100 starts without a win. He used to have his own website, but all that is left is this BBC article now.
    • - Tribute page to the winner of the 1997 Espom Oaks
    • Red Rum
      • - Three time winner of the Grand National and one of the most famous and beloved steeplechasers in England
      • - Tribute to Red Rum from famousracehorses.co.uk
      • - from The Racing Pages, excellent with photos
      • - from Equine Heroes
      • All the following books about Red Rum are out of print. Some are available used on Amazon but you may have better luck finding them at
    • Ribot
    • - a book by Martin Hannan.
    • - Tribute page for the British steeplechaser
    • - Tribute page for the British hurdler who died this year in a tragic spill
    • - Winer of the 1997 Dubai Cup and 1996 Champion Turf horse in the US
    • - Tribut page to the popular gray steeplechaser
    • - Tribute to the talented runner who recently won the King George and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes for the second consecutive year
    • - Tribute page for the British steeplechaser






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