|Collection||Jim Bolus Collection|
|Title||Oscar White 7/19/1976; Nelson Baker Hunt 7/20/1976; Jim Shannon 7/20/1976; sale of $1.5 million Secretariat colt at Keeneland.|
This tape was created by Jim Bolus.
Oscar White, a trainer, discusses the difference between jockeys, then and now, with reference to a race with Earl Sande. Nelson Baker Hunt, the consingor of a Secretariat colt, sold the colt for $1.5 million to a Canadian syndicate headed by brothers Joe, Jack and Ted Burnett, owners of Blue Meadow Farm. Austrailian Jim Shannon discusses the difference between races in US, England and Australia as to grass vs. dirt horses.
|Number of Items||1 Tape-60 minutes in length|
Hunt, Nelson Baker
Blue Meadow Farm
Man 'o War