The bronze horse and jockey sculpture at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Edwin Bogucki Secretariat Gallery masterfully portrays the legendary Thoroughbred racehorse who clinched the Triple Crown of Thoroughbred racing and astoundingly won the Belmont Stakes by a remarkable 31 lengths.
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The statue eloquently captures that historic moment when the Secretariat, the pride of Churchill Downs, claimed victory in the Kentucky Derby in May 1973. Guided into the winner’s circle by groom Eddie Sweat, with jockey Ron Turcotte skillfully at the whip, this masterpiece, weighing a substantial 1,500 pounds, stands at the very heart of Kentucky Horse Park’s Secretariat Square.
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The bronze Secretariat sculpture expertly captures that historic May 1973 moment at Churchill Downs when victory was seized in the Kentucky Derby. Its monumental yet visually captivating design makes it a perfect addition to various settings, from school gardens and ranches to riding academies, racetracks, and other outdoor locations.
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