The answer to this question is Secretariat the horses name was secretariat.
Secretariat was a chestnut.
No. Secretariat was an American Thoroughbred.
secretariat was actually played by three different horses. three thoroughbreds and a quarter horse. each horse got a "makeover" in order to look exactly like secretariat.
Secretariat was a beautiful chestnut thoroughbred.
Bold Ruler was Secretariat's sire.
Sham, a horse who had already beat Secretariat one.
Secretariat, an American racehorse, was a Thoroughbred, a breed of horse that excels in sports (especially racing).
Secretariat was 16.2 hands tall, or 5'5
Secretariat..the horse? He made $1,316,808
Five horses played Secretariat - four Thoroughbreds, including Trolley Boy, and one Quarter Horse named Copper Locks.
Secretariat's lip tattoo was Z 20669.
Secretariat is a Stallion (a male horse that has not been gelded/fixed)
secretariat retired the year of 1987
"Most famous" is relative. Secratariat was special, because he was just a regular horse. No famous sire, no extra famous breeder. He was the horse that represented the people. Little known fact: Secratariat suffered constantly from laminitis.
Secretariat is the horse's name.
No the horse(s) that played Secretariat are chestnut. Whilst Joey is a bay, two different colors. But one of the horses in War Horse did play Seabiscuit.
Secretariat won the Triple Crown of horse racing in 1973.
The owner of the famous race horse, Secretariat, was Penny Tweedy (Chenery.)