Browse through 19 photos of Secretariat, 8 of Seattle Slew, 11 of Affirmed amongst others in our horse photography section. We also offer a portrait gallery stuffed with great portraits of your favorite racing stars. We also offer many of our photos featuring the winning riders signature. Who is your favorite, Arcaro, Shoemaker, Pincay Bailey, Smith, Cordero or someone else , we offer many signed items for your collecting pleasure.
This spectacular photograph shows the Street Sense, with Calvin Borel aboard, pulling away from the field in the stretch to win the 2007 Kentucky Derby in convincing fashion at historic Churchill Downs. Street Sense became the first Two Year Old Champion wo win this horse race since Spectacular Bid in 1979. He also became the first Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner to then win the Kentucky Derby. The "Run For The Roses" is considered America's premier horse race, always drawing crowds in excess of 100,000. This horse race has earned the nickname of being the "Fastest Two Minutes In Sports". Gallery of Champions copyright watermark does not appear on the actual photos.
This is a dramatic panoramic horse racing photograph of Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew winning the 1977 Kentucky Derby at historic Churchill Downs. A perfect gift for the horse racing fan or just treat yourself. When ordered custom matted and framed, it's ready to hang in your home or office right out of the box. Free shipping to all, U.S. addresses. Gallery of Champions watermark does not appear on the actual photographs. NOTE: There is no keyway for matted or framed panoramic photographs like the one shown in the sample framed image
This is a gorgeous photograph of Secretariat rolling to victory in the 1973 Kentucky Derby. “Big Red’s” final time of 1:59.2 is the Churchill Downs Derby and track record that still stands today. This is a powerful photograph of the champ on a great day.
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