Hall of Immortals - Horses

Hall of horse Immortals description

Biography:When he died in 1962 at Castleton Farm, Victory Song was still the world champion four-year-old race stallion, although his record was...Read more
Biography:Volga E., by Peter The Great out of Nervolo Belle by Nervolo, was a full sister to Peter Volo 4,2:02, winner of the 1914 Kentucky...Read more
Biography:By Volomite-Evensong, Volo Song was foaled in 1940 at Walnut Hall Farm, and was later purchased from the Walnut Hall Sale for $5,000 by...Read more
Biography:Born at Walnut Hall Farm in Kentucky in 1926, Volomite was by Peter Volo-Cita Frisco. As a yearling he was sold at auction for $5,800 to...Read more
Biography:Foaled on May 1, 1854 in Orange County, New York, Volunteer was the son of the mare Lady Patriot and the most productive and illustrious...Read more
Year of Induction:2013
Biography:Trotter Walter Dear was one of the most dominant horses of his generation, driven by one of the best trainers of his era. He was bred...Read more
Year of Induction:2002
Biography:Western Hanover was foaled on March 28, 1989. He was a No Nukes colt out of the Albatross mare Wendymae Hanover. Bred by Hanover Shoe...Read more
Year of Induction:2014
Biography:Bred by Windsong Stable of York, Pennsylvania, Triple Crown winner and 2004 Trotter of the Year Windsong’s Legacy was foaled on April 20...Read more
Biography:Worthy Boy, a son of Volomite and Warwell Worthy, was owned by Henry Warwick. He was a prepotent sire, with more than sixty of his sons...Read more
Biography:Zombrewer was foaled in 1905, a daughter of Zombro and Mary Bales. An outstanding race mare until injured, she became a very good...Read more