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Q: Did seabiscuit the racehorse have a nickname?
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Was seabiscuit a famous show jumper?

No, Seabiscuit was a thoroughbred race horse.

Why is the movie seabiscuit entitled seabiscuit?

In the same way that Ghandi was a movie about Ghandi, Seabiscuit was a Depression-era racehorse named Seabiscuit, which is where the name for the movie came from.

Who is the protagonist and antagonist in seabiscuit an American legend?

The protagonist of "Seabiscuit: An American Legend" is Seabiscuit, the famous racehorse. The antagonist of the story is considered to be the economic challenges and societal norms that sought to limit Seabiscuit's success and potential.

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Is seabiscuit a showjumper?

Seabiscuit was a famous racehorse (1933-1947), a grandson of the racehorse Man O' War. He is known well for his defeat of his distant cousin War Admiral in a 1938 match race, this especially being significant since Seabiscuit was only 15 hands high (very small for a Thoroughbred) whereas his opponent stood between 17 and 18 hands. Seabiscuit has been described as being sometimes lazy and sometimes feisty, and he is said to have had an odd swinging gait in which his right foreleg would thresh wildly forward "as though he was swatting flies."

What famous racehorse was nicknamed Wonder Horse?

This nickname belongs to Phar Lap.

How tall was war admiral the racehorse?

Seabiscuit stood at 15.2 hands or about 5 feet 2 inches.

What was sea biscuit?

Seabiscuit (one word) was a famous Thoroughbred racehorse during the early Depression, becoming American Horse of the Year in 1938 at the age of 5. He is famous for beating 1937 Triple Crown winner War Admiral, who like Seabiscuit was a grandson of the famous Man O' War.

True story of the undersized Depression-era racehorse whose victories lifted not only the spirits of the team behind it but also those of the nation as well A long shot becomes a legend?


What genre is Seabiscuit by Laura Hillenbrand?

According to Hillenbrand herself, she was looking through some racing material in 1996 and more or less stumbled over Seabiscuit. She felt his story needed to be told and we are grateful for it.

Can you give me a summary for chapter 7 for the book Seabiscuit?

In chapter 7 of "Seabiscuit," the focus is on the emergence of both Seabiscuit's true potential as a racehorse and his connection with jockey Red Pollard. The chapter highlights their development as a successful team and the growing public interest in their partnership, culminating in key race victories that solidify Seabiscuit's reputation as a contender in the racing world.

Who was most famous Secretariat or Seabiscuit?