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Old 06-09-2018, 05:57 PM   #1
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I have watched that many times over the years. I never get tired of it.
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Wow I just showed my son in law that same exact video a few minutes ago and then I come in here and there it is again. Great minds my friend
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As a race horse Secretariat sits at the highest pinnacle in my mind - no doubt he was the best of the best.

As a sire of race horses, he wasn't so good. Secretariat is known as a broodmare sire and he was a good one.

He was the son of Bold Ruler (11 champions sired) and he was among the last natural foal crops Bold Ruler had. Bold Ruler had cancer (nasal carcinoma) and I was on equine rotation when he was brought in for radiation treatment. Beautiful chestnut horse who got another foal crop bc of the treatment. A year later Secretariat was born along with 50 other foals; Claiborne Farms made a large donation to Auburn Vet School in his name. That's a special tie-in I have to both horses and I'll never forget either one.


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As a race horse Secretariat sits at the highest pinnacle in my mind - no doubt he was the best of the best.

As a sire of race horses, he wasn't so good. Secretariat is known as a broodmare sire and he was a good one.

He was the son of Bold Ruler (11 champions sired) and he was among the last natural foal crops Bold Ruler had. Bold Ruler had cancer (nasal carcinoma) and I was on equine rotation when he was brought in for radiation treatment. Beautiful chestnut horse who got another foal crop bc of the treatment. A year later Secretariat was born along with 50 other foals; Claiborne Farms made a large donation to Auburn Vet School in his name. That's a special tie-in I have to both horses and I'll never forget either one.
How fortunate for you to have personally known these great champions. Secretariat remains as the very top athlete in his sport. Heart of a winner. And they are SO gorgeous. I'd have a poster of a thoroughbred on my wall right next to the most buff body builder.

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As a race horse Secretariat sits at the highest pinnacle in my mind - no doubt he was the best of the best.

As a sire of race horses, he wasn't so good. Secretariat is known as a broodmare sire and he was a good one.

He was the son of Bold Ruler (11 champions sired) and he was among the last natural foal crops Bold Ruler had. Bold Ruler had cancer (nasal carcinoma) and I was on equine rotation when he was brought in for radiation treatment. Beautiful chestnut horse who got another foal crop bc of the treatment. A year later Secretariat was born along with 50 other foals; Claiborne Farms made a large donation to Auburn Vet School in his name. That's a special tie-in I have to both horses and I'll never forget either one.

Bold Ruler
What a special time that must have been for you, Chevss. I am a horse lover and had one growing up in Milton, a beautiful chestnut mare named Star. My dad was a working guy and struggled with the boarding and feed fees, but he knew how much I loved that girl and did without things for himself so I could keep her. Every day I walked a mile and a half after school to see her, brush and groom her, take her out on the grounds and ride, then walk home the mile and a half.

There's a special bond between a horse and its master. They say horses are dumb, but my girl was the smartest horse I'd ever seen.

I can't even imagine the glorious specimen that Bold Ruler must have been.
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What a special time that must have been for you, Chevss. I am a horse lover and had one growing up in Milton, a beautiful chestnut mare named Star. My dad was a working guy and struggled with the boarding and feed fees, but he knew how much I loved that girl and did without things for himself so I could keep her. Every day I walked a mile and a half after school to see her, brush and groom her, take her out on the grounds and ride, then walk home the mile and a half.

There's a special bond between a horse and its master. They say horses are dumb, but my girl was the smartest horse I'd ever seen.

I can't even imagine the glorious specimen that Bold Ruler must have been.
Yes it was. Horses can have special bonds with people and vice versa.



Not only was Bold Ruler a gorgeous animal but he was also a gentle horse to handle. Many stallions act the fool with their snorting, nipping, biting, striking and kicking but BR was a gentleman. He loved having his face rubbed - he'd close his eyes and stand motionless for it. He was magnificent.

Bold Ruler's sire blood lines almost faded completely from Blood Horse Magazine in the '80s until Seattle Slew, grandson of BR, sired some worthy contenders. Slew sired A. P. Indy who was the '92 Horse of the Year and Mineshaft, the 2003 Horse of the Year. Slew wasn't the elegant horse that BR (or Secretariat either) was but he had a lot of success fathering great horses to bring back the bloodlines. Slew was so ugly as a yearling that he sold for only $17K at auction. He was picked out by Jim Hill, DVM, for his client Mickey Taylor. And Slew would grow into becoming a great race horse who sired great horses but he wasn't the handsome horse that Bold Ruler was.


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He loved having his face rubbed - he'd close his eyes and stand motionless for it. He was magnificent. .
I'd be happy to do the rubbing honors. Their muzzles are SOOO soft and velvety and they do that funny little ripply thing with their lips. I once stood for a good hour rubbing the nose of a mule that pulled a tourist cart in New Orleans. (Yes, I may have had a bit to drink . . .) As long as there was no business, the cart owner was happy to stand by and just let me basically make out with his animal.

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I'd be happy to do the rubbing honors. Their muzzles are SOOO soft and velvety and they do that funny little ripply thing with their lips. I once stood for a good hour rubbing the nose of a mule that pulled a tourist cart in New Orleans. (Yes, I may have had a bit to drink . . .) As long as there was no business, the cart owner was happy to stand by and just let me basically make out with his animal.

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