Yes, Salt was a fun action-adventure genre film, even if you have to suspend disbelief that a drink of water can beat up beefy men. Okay, you know it’s fake, but you love to watch Angelina Jolie. When you want to get back to reality, which requires real muscle, nothing in the sports world beats free horse racing videos.
There are two types of horse racing fans, those who love to bet on horses and those who just like to watch and be inspired by the beauty and grace of these spectacular four-footed athletes. Yes, betting the Trifecta, Exacta, or Daily Double and turning in a winning ticket is what turns on a lot of people, but if it weren’t for the beauty and majesty of horse flesh in ultimate competition, they might be racing jackrabbits.
Here’s the latest selection of free horse racing videos:
Man o’War (1917-47), the greatest Thoroughbred racehorse of all time
Secretariat (1970-89), the 1973 Triple Crown champion
Forego (1970-97), winner of eight Eclipse Awards including Horse of the Year, Champion Handicap Horse, and Champion Sprinter.
Affirmed (1975-2001), famed rival of Alydar, and most recent winner of the Triple Crown in 1978.
John Henry (1975-2007), the Eclipse Award Horse of the Year for 1981 and 1984, and the greatest money earner of all time.
Bernardini (2003-), son of A.P. Indy, who won the 2006 Preakness Stakes by 5-1/4 lenghts in a time of 1:54:65 in the same race that saw Kentucky Derby winner Barbara fatally injured.
Curlin (2004-), highest North American money earner, $ 10.5 million, and winner of the 2007 Preakness Stakes, 2007 Breaders’ Cup Classic, and 2008 Dubai World Cup.
Rags to Riches (2004-), the first filly to win the Belmont Stakes in over a century (2007), defeating horse of the year Curlin.
Street (2004-), winner of the 2007 Kentucky Derby.
Zenyatta (2004-), the retired female champion racehorse who won 19 consecutive races.
Uncle Mo (2008-), the leading contender for the 2011 Kentucky Derby.
General horse racing videos – YouTube has a growing collection of some of the best horse racing videos of all time, featuring some of the greatest horse racing legends to ever set foot on any racetrack. YouTube is also the place to get videos on all aspects of the sport, from the bugle call at the start to the photofinish and the victory ceremony, along with training and breeding videos at all levels. Some videos feature a jockey cam, or a collection of horse racing accidents and oddities like starting gate tractor malfunctions. How about a video of the craziest horses ever seen? YouTube categories include horses, horse mating, horse breeding, horse racing, horse jumping, horse riding, and horse training. Never mind Horse With No Name, that’s a song.
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