WAR ADMIRAL WINS 1937 PREAKNESS War Admiral wins the Preakness by a head although it's a close race with Pompoon who tries desperately to pull ahead. Slow-motion replay of the last crucial moments of the race emphasize the struggle between the two champions.
HORSE RACING IN 1963 Ladies drink Mint Julips at the 1963 Kentucky Derby. The race starts and Chateaugay is the come from behind winner. He receives the winner's roses. Candy Spots wins the 1963 Preakness. Chateaugay wins the Belmont Stakes. Three horses finish in a dead heat at Chicago's Arlington Park.
CITATION WINS THE PREAKNESS Citation, winner of the Derby, does it again. The Calumet Farm's great 3-yr.-old wins the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland, with Eddie Arcaro riding. Slow motion footage of Citation at the end of the race.
SECRETARIAT WINS THE TRIPLE CROWN IN 1975 Secretariat wins the Triple Crown in 1975. His win at the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING
Date: 1975 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:12:00, With Audio
OMAHA WINS YET ANOTHER RACE Like father like son, as Omaha wins yet another race. The speedy thoroughbred won the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes just as his sire, Gallant Fox, did in 1930.
NORTHERN DANCER WINS 1964 PREAKNESS Hill Rise and Northern Dancer battle it out yet again in the Preakness, but Northern Dancer comes in first just like he did in the Kentucky Derby. That's two out of three jewels in the triple crown of U.S. horse racing for the Canadian colt.
SUN BEAU'S LAST RACE In Hawthorne, Illinois Willis Sharpe Kilmer's thoroughbred Sun Beau adds $20,700 to his winnings for an all-time record of $376,744 during his turf competition, with a stirring triumph in the Gold Cup classic. Fought hard through the mile and an eighth course by the Preakness winner and Plucky Play, the track's greatest money earner thunders down the home stretch under the skillfull hand of Johnny Maiben, to nose out his rivals for the rich stake. A thrilling end to the amazing career of a remarkable horse.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:19:00, No Audio
DERBY WINNER LOSES IN UPSET 30,000 thrilled and amazed turf fans bear the rain to see W. L. Brann\'s Challedon come from behind in a spectacular \"stretch\" drive through the mud to nose out Johnstown, Kentucky Derby winner, and win the Preakness Stakes. Johnstown comes in fifth.
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