Preakness and Belmont Stakes Winner Hansel

Preakness and Belmont Stakes Winner Hansel

Hansel in the 1991 Belmont Stakes.

Photo: Skip Dickstein

Hansel winning the 1991 Preakness Stakes.

Photo: Skip Dickstein

Hansel holds off Strike the Gold in the 1991 Belmont Stakes

Photo: NYRA/Bob Coglianese

Hansel holds off Strike the Gold in the 1991 Belmont Stakes.

Photo: NYRA/Bob Coglianese

Hansel is the oldest living Preakness and Belmont Stakes winner, at the ripe old age of 26.

Photo: Lydia A. Williams

Hansel is by Woodman out of Count On Bonnie, by Dancing Count.

Photo: Lydia A. Williams

Denis Byrne with Hansel at Lazy Lane Farm in Virginia.

Photo: Lydia A. Williams

Hansel was bred in Virginia by Marvin Little Jr.

Photo: Lydia A. Williams

Hansel was raced by Joe Allbritton's Lazy Lane Farms and trainer Frank Brothers.

Photo: Lydia A. Williams

Hansel was the beaten favorite in the 1991 Kentucky Derby, finishing 10th. He came back to win the Preakness Stakes by 7 lengths and defeat Strike the Gold by a head in the Belmont Stakes.

Photo: Lydia A. Williams

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