Hall of Immortals - Horses

Biography:When foaled in 1907, J. Malcolm Forbes was regarded as the most wonderfully bred colt in the world; by Bingen out of Santos, the dam of...Read more
Year of Induction:2004
Biography:Jate Lobell was an outstanding racehorse, winning 30 of 40 career starts and earning $2,231,402, but is perhaps most recognized as an...Read more
Biography:Son of Dictator and Midnight, Jay-Eye-See was the world's first 2:10 trotter. This milestone in harness racing history was recorded at...Read more
Year of Induction:2011
Biography:Bred by Gaetan Dessureault of St. Constant, Quebec, pacer JC's Nathalie was foaled on March 6, 1988. She raced from 1990 to 1994,...Read more
Year of Induction:2001
Biography:Bred by Edward and Jeanette Freidburg of JEFS Standardbred Country Club, pacer JEF’s Magic Trick (B.G’s Bunny - Meadow Trick – Overtrick...Read more
Biography:Jessie Pepper, by Mambrino Chief-Sidi Hamet, was foaled in 1865 and trained and driven in races in Kentucky. She showed speed and could...Read more
Biography:Joe Patchen, "The Iron Horse," was foaled in 1889, sired by Patchen Wilkes out of Josephine Young. One of the five "pacing kings" (the...Read more
Biography:John R. Gentry, "The Little Red Horse," was bred by H. G. Toler, sired by Ashland Wilkes out of Damewood and foaled in Wichita, Kansas....Read more
Biography:Foaled around 1793 in West Springfield, Massachusetts, the colt Juston Morgan was taken to Vermont at either two or three years of age....Read more
Biography:A Dromore Farm, St. Clair, Michigan foal of 1915, by Justice Brooke-Claire Toddington. Justissima, with a record of 2:06 1/4, is ranked...Read more