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No horse in racing history made a bigger impact on the sport -- or America -- than Secretariat. So popular was Secretariat that the thoroughbred placed number five on ESPN's list of 100 greatest athletes of the 20th century, one of only three non-humans to make the list, and in 1999, the United States Postal Service issued a 33-cent stamp emblazoned with Secretariat's likeness. Secretariat, with jockey Ron Turcotte firmly in the saddle, achieved immortality in 1973 by winning the Triple Crown, setting new track records at both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, and recording a world record at the Belmont Stakes. This custom-framed shadowbox celebrates Secretariat's legacy and features a replica Kentucky Derby program cover, a replica Kentucky Derby race sheet, a replica horseshoe, a laser-engraved nameplate and a stunning black and white hand signed photograph of Turcotte riding Secretariat to victory at the Kentucky Derby. LOA
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