1919: The storied racehorse Man O'War lost his only race to the unknown Upset at Saratoga Legendary thoroughbred Man O'War is led back to the barn by his lifetime caretaker and groom, Will Harbut, after morning exercise in Lexington, KY., Nov. 25, 1939. Man O'War, winner of 20 of his 21 starts, and Harbut both died within a month of each other in 1947. (AP Photo/PS) ORG XMIT: APHS113
Round Table at Claiborne - this champion son of Princequillo could run on grass or dirt. A leading sire, his son Poker was broodmare sire to Seattle Slew and Silver Charm. The great Wise Dan has two lines going back to him, as well as two lines to Secretariat, a grandson of Princequillo who could also run on anything. Maybe these four lines going back to Princequillo through those two great champions give Wise Dan his versatility?