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We could think of no better way to pay homage to the Sport of Kings then to evoke the greatest of all time in our logo. Man o’ War delivered some of his most breathtaking performances at our home track; Saratoga Race Course. This was also the track...


Whether it follows the break from the starting gate, jostling for position in the backstretch, rounding the final turn, or lunging frantically at the finish line; “GET ‘EM UP!” is the command of choice for fans urging...


  5 Kentucky Derbies, 7 Preakness Stakes, 3 Belmont Stakes, 15 Breeder's Cups... ONE ICONIC PROFILE!


“AND THEY’RE OFF!” This phrase of choice for many race commentators, not only signals the start of a race, but also warms the soul and gets the adrenaline pumping for race fans everywhere. In our opinion, no one said these familiar...

Big Sandy

36 have come poised for Triple Crown glory but only 13 passed the Test of the Champion.  *Before placing your order, please carefully review the size chart below as well as the shipping information in...

Black-Eyed Susan

The Black-Eyed Susan and Pimlico Clubhouse Weathervane are two symbols associated with the many traditions of this historic race. *Before placing your order, please carefully review the size chart below as well as...

The Big Sandy

Paying homage to the largest and most intimidating horse track in America.  
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Navy/Navy 1A PATCH Trucker

Perhaps the most common question asked at a racetrack on any given day is; "Why do two horses in this race have the same number followed by the letter A?”  The answer? This occurs any time more than one horse from the same barn is entered by...


Long considered the greatest accomplishment in horse racing; capturing the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes is a feat that has eluded countless horses over the past 100 years. From Sir Barton in 1919 to American Pharaoh in 2015, only...

The Crown Raglan

Rep the Triple Crown in this comfortable Raglan by American Apparel.

First Saturday

Rich with history dating back to the first running in 1875, the Kentucky Derby has been held annually on the First Saturday in May since 1946.  Click here to learn more about this great american tradition! *Before placing your order,...


The “official" drink of the Kentucky Derby, it is said that mint was planted outside the clubhouse of Churchill Downs so that Mint Juleps could be served at the first Derby in 1865. Today, while there are variations on this iconic cocktail...


In 1909, an ornamental iron was placed atop the weathervane on the Pimlico Race Course Clubhouse and painted the jockey silk colors of that year's Preakness Stakes winner. This unique tradition continues to this day. That bird’s eye view has...


These familiar saddle cloth colors, which identify post position, are almost universal at race tracks across North America. The colors are helpful for the announcer, owner, trainer, and fans alike, to identify the order of horses throughout the race,...