Man O' War | There was a thickness to Man o' War that probably came from his voracious appetite.

Man o' War 29 Mar 1917 - 11 Nov Man o' War is buried in The Kentucky Horse Park. His life size bronze statue is breathtaking,

Man O' War 3/29/17 - 11/1/47 Sire of 1937 Triple Crown winner, War Admiral and grandsire of Seabiscuit. Man o' War rescued American horseracing in the 1920s, despite competing for just two years. Following his death, he was voted the greatest thoroughbred of the first half of the 20th Century. Following his brilliant 1919 debut, Man o' War won three stakes races in 17 days, and when he retired 16 months later, he was a national hero. Man o' War won 20 of his 21 races.

“Man O’ War - Sire of 1937 Triple Crown winner, War Admiral and grandsire of Seabiscuit. Man o’ War rescued American horseracing in the despite competing for just two years.

Man O' War [All videos, no photos] The greatest horse that ever lived!

Man O' War :All videos, no photos. The greatest American Thoroughbred horse that ever lived. It took my breath away to see this horse I have read about and studied (but that died before I was born) moving and running!

Man o' War, (March 29, 1917, Nursery Stud farm, Lexington, Kentucky – November 1, 1947, Faraway Farm) is considered one of the greatest Thoroughbred racehorses of all time.[2] During his career just after World War I, he won 20 of 21 races and $249,465 in purses.

Man O War, foaled famed racehorse tied with Secretariat as the other Big Red colt of racing. Won 20 of 21 races, with his 28 foot stride, he holds 3 world records and 2 American records. Considered one of THE best racehorses of all time.

Magnificent Man o' War.  Enjoy the rare footage and history. | YouTube

magnificent man o war enjoy the rare footage of man o' war romping in .

Man o’ War: The most famous horse that never ran in the Kentucky Derby

Man o’ War: The most famous horse that never ran in the Kentucky Derby, He's like one of my favorite racehorses. I read Walter Farley's book Man O' War like a dozen times.

Man o'War was foaled on March 29, 1917 out of the mare Muhubah. Right from the get-go, people knew Man o'War was a special colt because he was born unafraid with fiery eyes like that of his immortal grandsire, Hastings.

Man o'War was foaled on March 1917 out of the mare Muhubah. Right from the get-go, people knew Man o'War was a special colt because he was born unafraid with fiery eyes like that of his immortal grandsire, Hastings.

"Man O War" Carrier / Destroyer - [EPhalanx - WIP]

"Man O War" Carrier / Destroyer - [EPhalanx - WIP] (concept ship for Star Citizen)

Man o' War died quietly on November 1, 1947 at the age of 30 (his age in this photo). Man o'War was eventually moved to the Kentucky Horse Park, where the original burial site was recreated. More than 50 years after his death, he still attracts thousands of visitors anually. And in the words of Will Harbut, Red's groom, he is still the "mostest hoss."

Man o' War died quietly on November 1947 at the age of 30 (his age in this photo). And in the words of Will Harbut, Red's groom, he is still the "mostest hoss.

"You go to France and bring back the Tomb of Napoleon. You go to India and buy the Taj Mahal. Then I'll put a price on Man o' War." - Samuel Riddle

Fair Play, sire of Man o' War. He was by Hastings (Belmont winner) and out of Fairy Gold by Bend Or (Epsom Derby winner).

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