SMARTY JONES 2004 KENTUCKY DERBY CHURCHILL
DOWNS BANNER - item #33004 - This is the actual
seating banner that was used by Churchill Downs on
Kentucky derby day May 1st, 2004. Due to the
construction of Churchill downs in what will be known in
history as the "Demolition Derby", these placards were
used to show people what section they were seated in. A
classic collectors item for sure, as there was only so
many of these used and this will probably be the only
year that temporary banners are instituted thus making
them a rarity. Written on each of them is the Derby logo
w/130th on it. I obtained these after SMARTY JONES
won on the sloppy, rain soaked Derby from the seating
area of the elite clubhouse area section. There are very
few of these in existence, and these can not be found
anywhere. This is an item that can not be found of
replaced ever again. Own a piece of classic derby
history. A true collectors item for that horse room we all
have. There are none of these to be found, this is a rare
piece of Churchill Downs history! Price $24.95 and S&H
$4
JERRY BAILEY BOBBLEHEAD - item #33201 - Here
is the legendary JERRY BAILEY bobblehead from
historic Saratoga racecourse. Jerry was the first
jockey honored with a bobblehead from the famous
Saratoga racecourse as he was the leading rider for
the 2000 Saratoga race meet. Jerry Bailey is
already in the hall of fame, and has won just about
every major race that is run. Price $12.95 and S&H
$5.95
MAN O WAR CLASSIC RARE PICTURE- item #33120 - MAN O WAR
was the racehorse that all others are judged against. As a two yr
old, MAN O WAR won race after race. The handicappers added
more weight as he continued to win. He is the only two yr old to ever
carry 130 lbs to victory, just incredible! This awesome picture of
MAN O WAR is probably from the Dwyer Stakes run at the old
Aqueduct, against a very tough John P Grier. For a moment in the
stretch, the mighty MAN O WAR seemed beaten, but he fought back
to win in a tremendous performance. The eight pole from that
racetrack was placed in the now modern day Aqueduct racetrack
picnic area (it is still there although most people dont know much
about it). This classic 8x10 black & white picture, with what I believe
to be Clarence Krummer aboard, is an absolute must for the MAN O
WAR fan. Price $ 15.95S&H $4
MAN O WAR CLASSIC RARE PICTURE #2 - item #33121 - MAN O
WAR was the racehorse that all others are judged against. As a
two yr old, MAN O WAR won race after race. The handicappers
added more weight as he continued to win. He is the only two yr
old to ever carry 130 lbs to victory, just incredible! In 1920 MAN O
WAR won the historic Travers Stake, but it was in Saratoga (the
graveyard of favorites) that he was beaten by the 100-1 shot JIM
DANDY. This horse is what classic American folklore is all about!
This awesome picture of MAN O WAR is probably from the Dwyer
Stakes run at the old Aqueduct, against a very tough John P
Grier. For a moment in the stretch, the mighty MAN O WAR
seemed beaten, but he fought back to win in a tremendous
performance. The eight pole from that racetrack was placed in the
now Aqueduct racetrack picnic area (it is still there although most
people dont know much about it). This classic 8x10 black & white
picture, with what I believe to be Clarence Krummer aboard, is an
absolute must for the MAN O WAR fan. This picture compliments
the other I have up for sale and would seem they were both taken
on the same day but from different angles. S&H $4
HORSE RACING PROGRAM SHEET FROM 1891
SUBURBAN HANDICAP- OVER 113 Yrs OLD ! item
#33191 - This is an awesome, rare old print of the June
16th, 1891 Suburban Handicap which was run at the
Coney Island Jockey Club. Although slightly faded, this is
in excellent condition for something that is about 113 yrs
old. This amazing piece measures 11 inches by about 15
1/2 inches. It lists the complete order of the ten horses
who ran, including jockeys, pedigree, weights, and
owners. Back in this time, this race was only known as
the Suburban, and not the modern day Suburban
Handicap. This was the 5th running of what is today the
Suburban Handicap, one of racings oldest running
stakes races! Tremendous piece of racing memorabilia
that would look great framed on that horse room that we
all have! The picture I took is not the greatest, the
program sheet is amazing. This is an incredible old piece
of racing memorabilia from a long, long, time ago! Price
$29.95 and S&H $7.95  
RYAN FOGELSONGER BOBBLE SGA BOBBLE
HEAD - item #33388  - Here is a chance to acquire
the hard to find RYAN FOGELSONGER bobble
head. Its these hard to find ones that make a
collection so enjoyable! These only available on
June 14th at Colonial Downs racetrack in Viginia,
and lasted but a few hours. There were ONLY
4,000 of these!! The bobblehead comes in the
clear form fitting package, and the outer box is part
of this collector item. Jockey Ryan Fogelsonger
burst onto the mid-atlantic racing scene in 2002,
leading the nation with 244 wins for the second half
of the year. He outdistanced all "bug" riders in
victories (267), earnings ($4,489,311) and winning
percentage (22%)in 2002 and in turn, earned a
coveted ECLIPSE AWARD as champion apprentice
jockey! Price $29.95 and S&H is $7.95
SEABISCUIT MOVIE POSTER TOBEY MAGUIRE - item
#33337 - This is a 17 inch x 11 inch actual Seabiscuit
movie poster. It is two sided with Seabiscuit an American
Legend on one side and the classic, historic events listed
on the other. It says "The match race was run on
November 1, 1938. A record crowd of 40,000 showed up
to fill the 16,000 seats at Pimlico. 40 million people
listened to the race on broadcast by NBC on the radio.
President Roosevelt kept a roomful of advisors waiting
while he listened to the race. Seabiscuit won by 4 lengths
with a record time of 1:56 3/5 for 1 3/16 miles."This is a
collectors item that is a must for every Seabiscuit fan.
The horse that carried a nation for the average working
person. Price $12.95 and S&H $5.95
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AFFIRMED COMMEMORATIVE T SHIRT -  item #31978 Probably the
greatest rivalry in horse racing, Affirmed vs Alydar. They battled so
many times, with every race exciting and controversial. This is a brand
new, 100 % cotton, classic T shirt to honor the 11th and last triple
crown winner (1978). Every racing fan knows the enjoyment of having
their "lucky" horse racing T shirt when going to the races. Comes in M,
L, XL. Price $17.95 and $4 S&H
SEABISCUIT BELMONT PARK COLLECTORS  MUG -
item #33104 - Here is the hard to find SEABISCUIT mug
that was inspired by the recent classic movie about the
rags to riches SEABISCUIT that starred Tobey Maguire
and Jeff Bridges. Seabiscuit was the hero to many who
were down and out during the 1930's. There are not
many of these around any more! This classic piece of
memorabilia belongs in every SEABISCUIT fans home.
Price $14.95 and S&H $6.95
PAT DAY MINT KENTUCKY DERBY PROGRAM COLLECTORS
ITEM - item #33092 - This is a 1992 Kentucky Derby program in
which Pat Day won his first and ONLY Kentucky Derby. Surprising
the crowd with Lil E. Tee, and paying some $32 to win was just
typical Pat Day! I was there that day and it was something
special. This is a beautiful collectors item that is an absolute must
for the true Pat Day fan. This program is in fine condition with no
writings inside and has not even been opened for viewing. If there
is one item to own from all of Pat Days amazing 8,000 plus wins, it
is probably this one. Price $29.95 and S&H 4.95
SECRETARIAT #507 2ND EDITION BELMONT
BOBBLEHEAD - item #33973 - There were only 1973 of
these LARGE, 2nd edition bobbleheads created, and
finding them now has become extremely rare. So rare that
now there are NO MORE OF THESE OUT THERE FOR
SALE!! This awesome collectors item is #507. The second
edition, also known as the "Belmont Edition" is distinctive in
that it depicts Secretariat in his distinct, classic stride,
wearing a white saddle cloth with the number 2, the number
that he carried to victory in his record-breaking 31-length
victory in the historic 1973 Belmont Stakes. Arguably the
greatest performance in all of sports! In my opinion, this
Belmont Edition, with the classic BIG RED stride, is the one
to have! This bobblehead also comes with an note card
certificate of authenticity showing a graphic representation
of Secretariat on the cover and a black and white
watermarked photo image on the interior that is hand
signed by Mrs. Penney Chenery. This authentic, hand
signed C.O.A. is a collectors item. This classic bobbleheaed
is 11 in long, and 7 in high, and weights about 2 1/2
pounds. This is NOT those small ones, it is THE large,
heavy one. I have seen the small ones sell for decent
money, and the two large editions as much as $500. In
years to come, it is these two very limited productions that
will  increase in value. This bobblehead is a must for the
true Secretariat fan. Price $199.95 and S&H is $19.
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