Some drawing I was making in PhotoShop until PhotoShop crashed. (Unfinished.) It will be a bay Dartmoor pony, with characteristic lighter fur around the muzzle and thick eyelashes.
1919 Sir Barton
The very first triple crown winner
Gallant Fox 1930
Successful in a winning endeavor
1935 was Omaha
Sired by the winning Gallant Fox
1937 War Admiral
Just like “Big Red” in the starting box
Whirlaway in 1941
Won a grand 32 first places!
Count Fleet 1943
He won 16 out of 21 races
His wins were short but soon became taller
Ran well to the millionth dollar
Known as the second “Big Red”
Seattle Slew 1977
In the triple crown he was quite far ahead
Alydar could have won, too;
Alydar, he won three reds
barely bested by the great Affirmed’s blues.
I won the triple crown on 6/9/73 as the ninth winner. I was born at Meadow Stables in Virginia in the year 1970, more specifically March 30. As a 3 year old, I won 9 out of 12 starts, placing second twice and was third once. There is a race held once a year named after me. I was the second Thoroughbred racehorse in racing history known as ” Big Red.” What was my name?
I was called “Big Red” and I did not race in the Kentucky Derby; in fact, I never raced in Kentucky although it I was born there. I had a nearly perfect race record, winning 20 out of 21 races, finishing second only once. I am the Blood Horse‘s top racehorse of the 1900s, racing in the early 20th century. I was a Thoroughbred stallion. What was my name?