This son of a great champion was so nasty of temper that he was rumored to have killed a groom as a mere yearling, but he succeeded in continuing his sire's male line in spite of both his unpleasant disposition and the fact that he was far from his sire's best son on the track. Who was he?
Looks like last week's question was a stumper (the answer is Sun Beau). This week's subject is a champion who, long after her retirement, was found neglected in a cattle field. Rescued, she became an equine ambassador for the cause of racehorse adoption and gave her name to a retirement facility primarily dedicated to broodmares. Who was she?
This three-time American champion was the world's leading money winner at the time of his retirement, yet (oddly enough) never led the list of money winners during any single season that he raced. Who was he?
American jockey Bill Shoemaker was the first to reach US$100 million in career purse earnings by his mounts, a milestone he reached in 1985. Who was the horse who pushed him past this mark, and in what race?
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