Horse racing’s most charismatic and compelling performer is “Big Red”, Secretariat!!! Our 12 images plus signed photos and collectibles. Browse and pick out your favorites. We have photos signed and unsigned from the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, Belmont and Marlboro Cup Stakes. We also have several beautiful portraits and stallion shots.

Secretariat 1973 Preakness Stakes #114

This is a gorgeous photograph of “Big Red” streching out as he gains momentum in the second leg of racing’s Triple Crown. Only a misfiring timer prevented Secretariat from setting track or world records in all three Triple Crown races. His subsequent Belmont Stakes world record of 2:24 flat was superior to any Belmont Stakes running performance by at least 10 lengths. Secretariat’s three year old season was the greatest run by any horse racing champion ever. During the 1973 Triple Crown season, Secretariat was on the cover of Time Magazine, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated. This was the zenith of horse racing prominence in the eyes of the American public. Secretariat was ridden by Ron Turcotte and trained by Lucien Laurin. Gallery of Champions copyright watermark does not appear on the actual photographs.

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Secretariat 40th Anniversary Triple Crown Commemorative

 You are viewing Gallery of Champions Secretariat 40th Anniversary Triple Crown Commemorative. It features a 12×17 print of our Secretariat 40th Anniversary Triple Crown print matted in his colors over replica program pages of all three Triple Crown races. The overall size of this matted piece is 20″ x 24″ which is a standard frame size. Own a spectacular commemorative of a tremendous Triple Crown sweep. Shipping is FREE to all U.S. addresses via Fed Ex Ground, fully insured delivery. Gallery of Champions copyright watermark does not appear on the actual prints.

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Secretariat Profile In Greatness #113

This fantastic portrait photograph was taken in the Saratoga infield as Secretariat was being prepped in the infield at Saratoga Race Course prior to the 1973 Whitney Handicap. A race in which he was upset by longshot Onion at the “Graveyard of the Favorites”. His Belmont Stakes world record of 2:24 flat was superior to any Belmont Stakes running performance by at least 10 lengths. Secretariat’s three year old season was the greatest run by any horse racing champion ever. During the 1973 Triple Crown season, Secretariat was on the cover of Time Magazine, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated. This was the zenith of horse racing prominence in the eyes of the American public.Secretariat was ridden by Ron Turcotte and trained by Lucien Laurin. Gallery of Champions copyright water mark does not appear on the actual photographs.

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Secretariat 40th Anniversary Triple Crown Print Signed

Signed by Ron Turcotte. All matted and or framed versions of this print are matted in Secretariat’s colors, royal blue w/ a white accent. Free Shipping to all U.S. addresses.

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Secretariat In the pasture @ Claiborne Farm #111

This is a gorgeous photograph of Secretariat walking in the pasture at Claiborne Farm in his later years. This photo was taken in 1987. Even at 17 years old, Secretariat still looked handsome as ever. His Belmont Stakes world record of 2:24 flat was superior to any Belmont Stakes running performance by at least 10 lengths. Secretariat’s three year old season was the greatest run by any horse racing champion ever. During the 1973 Triple Crown season, Secretariat was on the cover of Time Magazine, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated. This was the zenith of horse racing prominence in the eyes of the American public. Gallery of Champions copyright watermark does not appear on the actual photographs

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Secretariat 40th Anniversary Triple Crown Photo 16×20 Signed Framed

  This spectacular horse racing collectible features a 16×20 40th Anniversary custom photo collage of 1973 Triple Crown champion Secretariat. This photograph was hand signed by Hall of Fame rider Ron Turcotte and comes with our certificate of authenticity guaranteeing the signature permanently and unconditionally.The photograph is professionally double matted in in Secretariat’s glorious colors. I have also included in this listing a scan of an identical 8×10 signed photo the same as in the framed item to show you the photo quality (the camera shot of the framed item doesn’t do the actual framed photo justice). Finished in a mahogany frame moulding measuring 22″ x 26″, this is a great holiday gift idea or just treat yourself!! This item is ready to hang in your home or office. Secretariat was one of racing’s greatest stars and his story is one we will never forget. Free Shipping to all U.S. addresses.

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Secretariat 1973 Belmont Stakes #107

Secretariat clinches the Triple Crown at Belmont Park in this photograph of the 1973 Belmont Stakes. His winning time of 2:24 and his winning margin of 31+ lengths are the benchmark that all great horses are judged by. Secretariat was ridden by Ron Turcotte and trained by Lucien Laurin. Secretariat’s three year old season was the greatest run by any horse racing champion in history. During the 1973 Triple Crown season, Secretariat was on the cover of Time Magazine, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated. This was the zenith of horse racing prominence in the eyes of the American public. Gallery of Champions copyright watermark does not appear on the actual photographs.

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Secretriat 40th Anniversary Commemorative Framed and Signed

  This is a spectacular horse racing collectible honoring the 40th Anniversary of Secretariat winning the 1973 Triple Crown. This item consists of a custom sized 12×17 40th Anniversary photo, miniature reproductions of the race day program pages from the 3 races.  The photograph was hand signed by Hall of Fame rider Ron Turcotte and comes with our certificate of authenticity guaranteeing the signature permanently and unconditionally.The photograph and replica program pages are professionally double matted in Secretariat’s glorious colors. This is a visually impressive item (the camera shot of the framed item doesn’t do the actual framed photo justice). Finished in a mahogany frame moulding measuring 22″ x 26″, this is a great holiday gift idea or just treat yourself!! This item is ready to hang in your home or office. Secretariat was one of racing’s greatest stars and his story is one we will never forget. Free Shipping to all U.S. addresses

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Secretariat 1973 Belmont Stakes #122

Secretariat clinches the Triple Crown in this photo of the 1973 Belmont Stakes. His winning time of 2:24 and his winning margin of 31+ lengths are the benchmark that all great horses are judged by. Secretariat was ridden by Ron Turcotte and trained by Lucien Laurin. Secretariat’s three year old season was the greatest run by any horse racing champion in history. During the 1973 Triple Crown season, Secretariat was on the cover of Time Magazine, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated. This was the zenith of horse racing prominence in the eyes of the American public. Gallery of Champions copyright watermark does not appear on the actual photographs.

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