Sir Barton

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Noun1.Sir Barton - thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1919
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Second choice King for a Day, the winner of the Sir Barton, will start from the No.
Thoroughbred racing commands only a fraction of the attention in the United States as it did 99 years ago, when Sir Barton became the first horse to win the iconic treble.
Should Justify wins Belmont, he will become the 13th Triple Crown champion since the first winner, Sir Barton, in 1919.
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1919 -- Sir Barton, ridden by Johnny Loftus, leads the whole way to
The Buckley & Company office will merge with the existing Neace Lukens Lexington branch located at 2416 Sir Barton Way.
First time winner of the Triple Crown, Sir Barton, won the stakes by 31 lengths in 2:24 seconds.
October 12 1920 Man o' War, the best horse to race anywhere in the world 90 years ago, ended his racing career by trouncing Sir Barton in a $80,000 match over 1m2f at Kenilworth Park, Ontario.
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The 45th annual Kentucky Derby was won by Sir Barton, ridden by Johnny Loftus, with a time of 2:09 4/5.
Answers on page 71 The List American Triple Crown winners 1919 Sir Barton (Guy Bedwell/Johnny Loftus) 1930 Gallant Fox ('Sunny' Jim Fitzsimmons/Earl Sande) 1935 Omaha ('Sunny' Jim Fitzsimmons/Willie Saunders) 1937 War Admiral (George Conway/Charley Kurtsinger) 1941 Whirlaway (Ben Jones/Eddie Arcaro) 1943 Count Fleet (Don Cameron/Johnny Longden) 1946 Assault (Max Hirsch/Warren Mehrtens) 1948 Citation (Jimmy Jones/Eddie Arcaro) 1973 Secretariat (Lucien Laurin/Ron Turcotte) 1977 Seattle Slew (Billy Turner/Jean Cruguet) 1978 Affirmed (Laz Barrera/Steve Cauthen) On this day ...
May 10, 1919 Sir Barton caused a shock in the Kentucky Derby en route to becoming the first horse to win the US Triple Crown.