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17 - Morgan A45892 - 1946-04-09 James Stout Jockey at Jamaica.jpg
This photographic print features jockey James Stout at Jamaica Racetrack in April 1946.

Stout accumulated 2,056 wins over his career. After Stout rode Seabiscuit in the horse’s first race in January 1935 at Hialeah Park, trainer “Sunny Jim”…

07 Morgan B1612 - 1956-10-01 Mrs Hirsch Jacobs aka Ethel D Jacobs Owner & Mrs Henry A Gerry aka Nancy Whitney Gerry at the Maskette Stakes trophy presentation at Belmont (2).jpg
This photograph captures a 1956 Maskette Stakes trophy presentation at Belmont Park. Pictured from from the left is trainer, Hirsch Jacobs, trainer of the winning horse, Searching, an unidentified man, jockey Conn McCreary in silks, Ethel D. Jacobs,…

Cook 2043.jpg
This photograph features a start of a race at Hialeah Park Race Track.

Cook 2055.jpg
This photograph provides an aerial view of the grandstand, clubhouse, track, parking area, and stables at Hialeah Park Race Track.

Cook 2071 (2).jpg
This photograph features flamingos at Hialeah Park Race Track.

Cook 2116 - 1937-02-27 Jockeys and young people on a fence at the Hialeah small.jpg
The image features jockeys and spectators sitting on the rail at Hialeah Park Race Track in Hialeah, Florida in February of 1937.

Cook 319 - 1906 Parade to post and spectators by track at Jamaica
This photograph features a post parade at Jamaica Race Course in 1906.

Cook 6397 - 1905 Belmont Park Clubhouse and Grandstand (2).jpg
This photograph features the clubhouse and grandstand at Belmont Park in 1905.

Cook 13908 - Brooklyn Handicap at Old Aqueduct.jpg
This photograph features the Brooklyn Handicap at the old Aqueduct Racetrack in 1917. The jockey, William "Willie" Knapp, is up on Borrow. Borrow ran the 1-1/8 mile race in 1:49-2/5, setting a new American record. Frank Robinson is up on Regret who…

Cook 5705 - Clarence Kummer Jockey on Man o' War with Frank Loftus holding horse.jpg
Photograph of the American Thoroughbred Man o' War with jockey Clarence Kummer up. Man o' War's groom, Frank Loftus, is also pictured.

Newspaper headlines from around the world heralded Man o’ War (1917-1947) as “matchless,” the “wonder horse,” a…
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