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As expected, Ribot breezed in the Arc de Triomphe; now, with 16 victories in a row, he is established as ONE OF THE GREAT
October 15, 1956 | Andre Laguerre
The most gigantic equine combat of all time"—such was the billing given by the French press to this week's 35th renewal of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, run over a mile and a half on the Longchamp track in Paris,...
June 27, 1960
So says Photographer Mark Kauffman. "It's like a beautiful woman," he reflects, and adds, "Lovely women and finely formed Thoroughbreds are an unbeatable combination."
March 20, 1961 | Whitney Tower
The damaging effects of the American preoccupation with sprint racing are examined in Part II of the series (SI, Feb. 13), 'The Troubles of a Prosperous Sport'
September 04, 1961
After seeing Carry Back injured in the Belmont Stakes, pessimists predicted an end to the exciting career of the come-from-behind Kentucky Derby winner. But last week Carry Back (far left) proved them wrong in...
September 18, 1961
DEATH AT MONZA