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Man o'War

Man o'War

Man o’ War, July 21, 1945

Man o’ War, July 21, 1945

Man o' War face

Man o' War face

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 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 Relaxing on His Farm

Man O' War Relaxing on His Farm

THE KING MAN O WAR

THE KING MAN O WAR

Seabiscuit with trainer Charles Smith;   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seabiscuit

Seabiscuit with trainer Charles Smith; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seabiscuit

The one n only Seabiscut

The one n only Seabiscut

Seabiscuit exercising

Seabiscuit exercising

"Man o' War didn't need no excuses. He broke all the records and he broke down all the horses, so there wasn't nothing for him to do but retire. He's got everything a horse ought to have, and he's got it where a horse ought to have it. He's just de mostest hoss. Stand still, Red."    Man O' War and Will Harbutt  Photograph: Weddle James Edwin

"Man o' War didn't need no excuses. He broke all the records and he broke down all the horses, so there wasn't nothing for him to do but retire. He's got everything a horse ought to have, and he's got it where a horse ought to have it. He's just de mostest hoss. Stand still, Red." Man O' War and Will Harbutt Photograph: Weddle James Edwin

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