Racehorses similar to or like Secretariat (horse)

American Thoroughbred racehorse who, in 1973, became the first Triple Crown winner in 25 years. Wikipedia

  • Seattle Slew

    American Thoroughbred race horse who won the Triple Crown in 1977 — the tenth of thirteen horses to accomplish the feat. One of two horses to have won the Triple Crown while having been undefeated in any previous race; the second was Justify, who won the Triple Crown in 2018 and who is descended from Seattle Slew. Wikipedia

  • American Pharoah

    American Thoroughbred racehorse who won the American Triple Crown and the Breeders' Cup Classic in 2015. The 12th Triple Crown winner in history, and in winning all four races, became the first horse to win the Grand Slam of Thoroughbred racing. Wikipedia

  • Sunday Silence

    American-bred Thoroughbred racehorse and Sire. Defeated in the Belmont Stakes. Wikipedia

  • Northern Dancer

    Thoroughbred who in 1964 became the first Canadian-bred horse to win the Kentucky Derby. He then became one of the most successful sires of the 20th century. Wikipedia

  • California Chrome

    American Thoroughbred racehorse. Named the 2014 and 2016 American Horse of the Year. Wikipedia

  • Easy Goer

    American Champion Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse known for earning American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt honors in 1988 and defeating 1989 American Horse of the Year Sunday Silence in the Belmont Stakes by eight lengths. Both horses were later voted into the American Hall of Fame. Wikipedia

  • Affirmed

    American Thoroughbred racehorse who was the eleventh winner of the United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. Also known for his famous rivalry with Alydar, whom he met ten times, including in all three Triple Crown races. Wikipedia

  • Champion American thoroughbred racehorse. In 1943, he became the sixth American Triple Crown winner when he won the Belmont Stakes by a then record margin of twenty-five lengths. Wikipedia

  • American-bred Thoroughbred racehorse that won 9 of his 11 race starts for international record winnings for a two-year-old of $586,090. Leading broodmare sire in 1983, 1984, and 1989. Wikipedia

  • Thoroughbred racehorse, the winner of the Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes in 1972. Successful racehorse in his own right, winning 17 of his 30 starts and two championships: American Champion Two-Year-Old Male Horse in 1971 and American Champion Older Male Horse in 1973. Wikipedia

  • French-Canadian jockey and Hall of Fame Thoroughbred horse trainer. Lucien Laurin trained Secretariat, who won the Triple Crown in 1973. Wikipedia

  • Mr. Prospector

    Thoroughbred racehorse who became an outstanding breeding stallion and notable sire of sires. Cut short by repeated injuries, he won seven of his 14 starts, including the Gravesend Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack and the Whirlaway Handicap at Garden State Park. Wikipedia

  • Native Dancer

    One of the most celebrated and accomplished Thoroughbred racehorses in American history and was the first horse made famous through the medium of television. Champion in each of his three years of racing, and was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1963. Wikipedia

  • 1973 Belmont Stakes

    The 105th running of the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York, held on June 9, 1973. Facing a field of five horses, Secretariat won by 31 lengths, the largest margin of victory in Belmont history, in front of a crowd of 69,138 spectators. Wikipedia

  • Spectacular Bid

    American Thoroughbred race horse. In a racing career which lasted from 1978 through 1980, Spectacular Bid won 26 of 30 races, set several track records and earned US$2,781,607, a then-record sum. Wikipedia

  • War Admiral

    American Thoroughbred racehorse, best known as the fourth winner of the American Triple Crown and Horse of the Year in 1937, and rival of Seabiscuit in the 'Match Race of the Century' in 1938. The leading sire in North America for 1945 and was also an outstanding broodmare sire whose influence is still felt today in descendants such as American Pharoah and Justify. Wikipedia

  • American Thoroughbred Hall of Fame racehorse who was named the 1957 Horse of the Year after a three-year-old campaign that included wins in the Preakness Stakes and Trenton Handicap, in which he defeated fellow Hall of Fame inductees Round Table and Gallant Man. Also named American Champion Sprinter at age four. Wikipedia

  • A.P. Indy

    American Thoroughbred racehorse who won the Belmont Stakes and Breeders' Cup Classic on his way to American Horse of the Year honors in 1992. His time in the Belmont Stakes tied Easy Goer for the second-fastest running in the history of the race, behind his damsire Secretariat. Wikipedia

  • Chestnut Thoroughbred race horse who in 1919 became the first winner of what would come to be known as the American Triple Crown. Sired by the British stallion Star Shoot out of the mare Lady Sterling, by Hanover. Wikipedia

  • Rachel Alexandra

    Retired American Thoroughbred racehorse and the 2009 Horse of the Year. When she won the 2009 Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown, she became the first filly to win the race in 85 years (the last filly to win was Nellie Morse, in 1924). Wikipedia

  • Mucho Macho Man

    Retired American Thoroughbred racehorse notable as the winner of the 2013 Breeders' Cup Classic. Foaled in Florida and named after the Village People song "Macho Man". Wikipedia

  • Belmont Stakes

    American Grade I stakes race for three-year-old Thoroughbreds run at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. Traditional third and final leg of the Triple Crown. Wikipedia

  • Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing (United States)

    Title awarded to a three-year-old Thoroughbred horse who wins the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and Belmont Stakes. The three races were inaugurated in different years, the last being the Kentucky Derby in 1875. Wikipedia

  • Ron Turcotte

    Retired Canadian thoroughbred race horse jockey best known as the rider of Secretariat, winner of the U.S. Triple Crown in 1973. Soon wearing the silks and winning races. Wikipedia

  • Zenyatta

    Retired American Thoroughbred race horse mare, winner of 19 starts in a 20-race career. Attempt to repeat her win in the 2009 event. Wikipedia

  • Alysheba

    American Thoroughbred racehorse that won two legs of the Triple Crown in 1987. A successful sire, he produced 11 stakes winners. Wikipedia

  • Wajima (horse)

    American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred by Bull Hancock's renowned Claiborne Farm of Paris, Kentucky. Wikipedia

  • American sportswoman who bred and owned Secretariat, the 1973 winner of the Triple Crown. The youngest of three children, she graduated from The Madeira School in 1939 and earned a Bachelor of Arts from Smith College, then studied at the Columbia Business School, where she met her future husband, John Tweedy, Sr., a Columbia Law School graduate. Wikipedia

  • American Thoroughbred racehorse, best known as the winner of the 2020 Kentucky Derby and Breeders' Cup Classic, setting a new track record at Keeneland in the latter. Second in the Preakness Stakes and Santa Anita Derby. Wikipedia

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  • Horses may be described as winning by several lengths, as in the notable example of Secretariat, who won the 1973 Belmont Stakes by 31 lengths.Horse length-Wikipedia
  • The 1973 Belmont Stakes and Triple Crown winner Secretariat holds the mile and a half stakes record (which is also a track and world record on dirt) of 2:24.Belmont Stakes-Wikipedia
  • Hill Rise closed with giant strides, but Northern Dancer prevailed by a neck in a new race record of two minutes flat that stood until Secretariat broke it in 1973.Northern Dancer-Wikipedia
  • Secretariat, the 1973 winner (and ultimately Triple Crown winner) was originally credited with a running time of 1:55.Preakness Stakes-Wikipedia
  • However, following the 1948 win of Citation, there was a considerable gap of 25 years before Secretariat ended the drought of Triple Crown champions in 1973.Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing (United States)-Wikipedia
  • Secretariat's finishing time in his 1973 Belmont victory (2 minutes, 24 seconds) set a world record for 1+1/2 mi on dirt, a world record which still stands.Belmont Park-Wikipedia

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