Winner of $1,997,896.00 in racing and five time 'Horse of The Year', Kelso proved he is still on his toes in an exhibition of jumping and dressage at Monmouth Park. Before the Monmouth Park stands where he won his first stakes victory in the Choice Stakes of 1960, Kelso soars over a jump in the special infield course. Micheal Plumb, Captain of the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Three-Day Team, is pictured aboard the 11-year old Gelding. July 12, 1968.
John Henry with jockey Bill Shoemaker up wins the Santa Anita Handicap after Perrault was disqualified for interference through the stretch on March 7, 1982. John Henry became the first horse in history to win the Santa Anita Handicap twice.
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John Henry and his groom, Jose Mercado. 1986 Eclipse Award for outstanding equine photography. January 28, 1987
Native Diver wins the American Handicap with jockey Jerry Lambert up at Hollywood Park on July 5, 1965. Rear Admiral Odale D. Waters, Jr., and Mrs. Waters present trophy to owners Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Shapiro.