Seabiscuit won 33 races in 89 starts.
seabiscuit won 33 races's out of the 89 he was entered in.
Out of 89 races Seabiscuit won 33 (overall record 33 wins - 15 places - 13 shows)
Seabiscuit had 89 starts, 33 firsts, 15 seconds, and 13 thirds. Of the 89 starts, 35 were as a 2 year old. Running a 2 year old in that many races is borderline cruelty. The growth plates in a horse's knees are not mature at that age, so it is no wonder the horse was lame when Charles Howard bought him. In his racing career Seabiscuit set 13 track records.
As a 2 year old, Sebiscuit had 35 starts, which is an unbelievable amount of races for such a young horse.
In his racing career he had 86 starts.
Seabiscuit's only race in 1939 was in February at Santa Anita at which point he injured the suspensory ligament in his front leg.
No, Seabiscuit never raced in any of the Triple crown races.
Seabiscuit sired 108 foals
The official cause of death was heart failure. Some believe his heart was damaged from his rapid acceleration to the finish line in so many races. That's not a fact, just a theory.
From 1958 through 1992, Richard Petty started 1,184 races and won 200 times.
I believe Seabiscuit set 13 track records in his career.
Seabiscuit is just not a great race horse but also an inspiration on many people in time of the Great Depression era.
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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.
He did not. The first race in the Triple Crown is the Kentucky Derby. The Derby is restricted to three year olds. Seabiscuit was a late bloomer, when he was three he was lame and cranky due to overwork and excessive training. To compete at that level he would have had to be winning consistantly against some very tough competition.
Only one, to a horse named "Upset" in the 1919 Sanford Stakes.
Seabiscuit was a Thoroughbred
Seabiscuit was a bay.
The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame inducted Seabiscuit in 1958. His many achievements and momentos are on display in Saratoga Springs, NY. For Seabiscuit fans on the west coast tours are offered at his home and final resting place in Willits, CA.
Seabiscuit did sire a small amount of offspring but none of them really made a name for themselves. The best they did was win a few small stakes races.