Horses have long been regarded as one of the most significant creatures in human history. Horses were tamed hundreds of years ago in Northern Asia and have since played a vital role in building, transportation, and, regrettably, many key wars.
There are various notable equestrian disciplines, many of which have existed since the middle ages. Horse racing has a lengthy history, and many horses have succeeded in making their mark in the horse world. One of these horses is surely the one in the video below, a well-known horse with whom the majority of you are probably familiar.
Some, on the other hand, are unlikely to have heard of him. I suppose the moment has come to introduce him. Man o’ War was an American Thoroughbred who is widely recognized as one of the greatest racehorses of all time. Several sports journals, including The Blood-Horse, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, and the (AP) Associated Press, declared Man o’ War the finest horse of the twentieth century.
In his sports career, which started just after World War I, Man o’ War won 20 of 21 races and $249,465 (about $3,184,000 in 2019). In 1920, he was chosen as the unofficial American horse of the year, and The New York Times dubbed him the year’s finest athlete, alongside Babe Ruth. As seen by his achievements, he has made a major contribution to equestrian riding. The video below is a tribute to his remembrance. Undoubtedly, a horse that will be remembered fondly.
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