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  • Collection: Joel Clyne Meadors Photograph Collection

Meadors - 1958-04-03 A Glitter led by Ed West at Keeneland (2).jpg
This photograph of the stakes-winning American Thoroughbred A Glitter, led by Ed West after transport, was taken at Keeneland in April of 1958. A horse trailer, handlers, and another unidentified horse are also featured.

A Glitter (by Khaled out…

Meadors - 1957 Bardstown conformation at Calumet (2).jpg
This conformation photograph, taken at Calumet Farm in 1957, features the American Thoroughbred Bardstown.

Bardstown, bred at Calumet and trained by Horace A. Jones, began his four-year racing career at the age of four due to early hip and ankle…

Meadors - 1944-04-18 Benjamin Ben Allyn Jones Calumet Trainer on horseback (2).jpg
This photograph features Hall of Fame racehorse trainer Benjamin Jones on horseback.

He won his first Kentucky Derby with Lawrin in 1938 and was subsequently hired by Calumet Farm in 1939.

Jones trained for Calumet for over 20 years, training…

Meadors - Bold Ruler in front of stable.jpg
This photograph features Bold Ruler with an unknown handler.

Bold Ruler, sire of Secretariat, was the country's Three-Year-Old Champion Male and American Horse of the Year in 1957. He was named U.S. Champion Sprint Horse in 1958 and went on to…

Meadors - 1965-08-25 Candy Spots arrives at Gainesway Farm in transport (2).jpg
This photograph captures Candy Spot’s arrival to Gainesway Farm in August of 1965.

Candy Spots (by Argentinian-bred Nigromante out of Candy Dish) was a multiple graded stakes-winning Thoroughbred foaled in California in 1960.

Candy Spots won…

Meadors - 1955-04-15 Coaltown confromation at Calumet (2).jpg
Conformation photograph of the American Thoroughbred Coaltown taken in April of 1955.

Calumet’s Hall of Famer Coaltown was foaled in 1945. He finished second to his stablemate Citation in the 1948 Kentucky Derby, was named U.S. Champion Sprint…

Meadors - 1952-10-02 Double Jay 1.jpg
In this conformation photograph, taken in October of 1952 or American Thoroughbred Double Jay.

Double Jay, trained by Walter 'Duke' McCue, had a remarkable two-year-old season, earning him the title of American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt in 1946.…

Meadors - 1949-11-17 Fan Fare at Calumet (2).jpg
This conformation photograph, taken in November of 1949 at Calumet Farm, features the Thoroughbred Fanfare.

Fanfare, foaled in 1948, had a career record of 9-5-6 from 62 starts.

Meadors - 1950-04-28 Faultless at Calumet (2).jpg
This photograph, taken in April of 1950 at Calumet Farm, features the American Thoroughbred Faultless.

Faultless (by Bull Lea out of Unerring), foaled in 1944, had a career record of 13-5-6 from 46 starts and earnings of $304,945.

His most…

Meadors - 1967-04 Grey Dawn (2).jpg
Conformation shot of the Thoroughbred Grey Dawn with groom taken in April of 1967.

Grey Dawn was bred, foaled (1960), and raced in France by Gertrude Widener who maintained racing stables in both New York and France.

Grey Dawn claimed the…
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